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OPERA IN CONCORSO  Sezione Pittura

Gaya | “When Magnets Bloom”
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“When Magnets Bloom”
acrylic, canvas
61 x 61

Gaya

nato/a a Toronto

residenza di lavoro/studio: Toronto (CANADA)

iscritto/a dal 23 dic 2014

http://gayaartstudio.com

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Gaya | “Pomegranate Tango”

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“Pomegranate Tango”
acrylic, canvas
61 x 61

Gaya | “Blue Morpho Dream”

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“Blue Morpho Dream”
acrylic, canvas
61 x 76

Descrizione Opera / Biografia


My name is Gaya and I am an independent abstract artist. With years of graduate studies ranging from a degree in education (biology) to event planning and after extended years of professional experience in different fields of occupation, I have found out my true calling and realized that painting is what I truly want and love to do. As an independent abstract artist, I feel privileged to share my work with the art community and present it to the public.
My paintings can be described as continuous abstract variations on the theme of the beauty of nature. They associatively correlate and thematically complement each other. From the pure abstraction perspective, the goal is to introduce colours as unconventional identifiers of the nature themes.
The common theme of my creation infers the artist’s abstractive reflection on, and interpretation of, the natural world and phenomena. Paintings include natural environments and objects, single elements of natural phenomena and geographical ambiance, panoramic view, and wildlife. The intent is to show the captivating power of colour of the landscapes and seascapes, light refractions in the texture of flowers, mysterious fluctuations of water and deviational patterns of the moving natural forms. The paintings feature an area of land or water, including their physical elements such as mountains, rivers, lakes, seas, flowers and other vegetation, as well as any transitory elements such as weather conditions.
To define the underlying aesthetic concept of my artwork, it is an abstraction which represents an amalgamation of various streams in the contemporary art. Depending on the substance of the selected theme, the natural phenomena or elements, the aesthetic approach varies from impressionism to abstract expressionism and further to surrealism. I never choose the style specifically, and the theme itself dictates the creative concept for any given work of art.
The overarching cultural concerns and social message of my work focus on demonstrating beauty and power of the nature. In the best traditions of the naturalistic movement, it defines the nature as a cradle of humanity and intransigent essence of our lives. The nature is a value on its own which should be preserved and not compromised. Environmental context includes the harmony within the nature as well as in the human interaction with the nature.
My artwork is implemented in acrylic paints on stretched canvasses. I traditionally use the acrylic and they always provide desirable outcomes in terms of my aspirations for an adequate conveyance of my creative concepts and true depiction of the original artistic ideas.
Another important technical aspect of my work is that music is an overwhelming part of my creative process. Music is that powerful source of inspiration which induces the emotional background to free the imagination and to reach the point of abstractive expression at which I create.