I see the light
The critical eye of artists from the nineteenth century already discussed the issue of light and its transformations in the landscape. The modernists, in the twentieth century, established a bridge between the main European artistic avant-garde movements, bringing, since the 1910's, Impressionists and Expressionists post readings.
From the second half of the twentieth century, many artists chose geometric shapes, and moved between figuration and abstraction. Some preferred to keep their references in naturalistic works, which endures to this day. The Source for young contemporary artists like Flavia Vazzoler, inspires and researches these key moments in the history of art. They are just the starting point for the work of innovative and attentive to the changes of our time, despite using a traditional method, painting.
Flavia also transitions between figurative and abstract expression, loosely, with generous and colorful brushstrokes. Her work is recycled every season, without losing the characteristics that distinguish the style of internationalization and cultural fusion. Guard your home country, Brazil , the evidence of local, living and tropical colors as well as the relaxed and casual air, sometimes funny, typical of his training in graphic communication. This series of " illuminations " that arise landscapes, types of people and objects, are filled with signs interpreting everyday life or imagined, born there an aura of energy and euphoria of her canvases. The light that the artist sees in her paintings show traces that reveal the shadows and the rhythmic balance in the process of her artistic creation.
Ana Cristina Carvalho – Member of I.A.C.A. (Internantional Association of Critics of Art)
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