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Emotional Landscape

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Gabriel Fine Arts is proud to present Emotional Landscape at McGregor Rooms and Garden in Notting Hill. Emotional Landscape is an exhibition of three female artists: Marilena Balint, Beata Maria Rzepecka and Krishna Vr, working in a variety of media and themes. The exhibition focuses on the subjects of time, human expression and emotions. A visual feast of animated colours and sounds, artistic photographs and expressive paintings, the Emotional Landscape takes you on a magical journey of limitless imagination and creativity, painting emotive landscapes in your mind.




At: at McGregor Rooms and Garden

Basement, 10 McGregor Road, W11 1DE


Open by appointment:

31 October - 16 November 2018

Private Show Wednesday 31st October 6-8:30pm

At 7pm Talk on Arts and Medicine by Beata Maria

strictly via guest list RSVP to info@gabrielfineart.co.uk

E: info@gabrielfineart.co.uk

P: +44 (0) 203 914 4596

www.mcgregorrooms.com



Marilena Balint

Marilena was born and grew up in Romania. Her childhood was unlike most. Growing up in communist Romania as a young artist, she had to find a way to express herself in a system which oppressed the elementary freedoms of thought, speech and, ultimately, expression. At the age of 13 she enrolled in the local art school where she discovered her fascination with oil painting. Painting was Marilena's way to free her heart and mind from the daily troubles of such a hostile environment and engage with the universal language of the soul – art. At the age of 20, along many other students, she rebelled against the communist regime, rallying in the streets during the 1989 revolution that eventually led to democracy being restored in Romania.

Marilena currently lives and works in Sheffield where she owns an art studio 'Hunaari'. She creates art inspired by Romanian and Japanese folklore. Marilena’s paintings are a reflection of this dynamic path which art set her on, inviting those who admire them to meditate on the poetic aspects of nature. In a unique style of abstract expressionism painting, Marilena’s works are created for those who wish to connect with nature on an ever-deeper level.

Beata Maria Rzepecka

Shoreditch-based creative artist: photographer, curator, experimental animator and film maker. Beata Maria Rzepecka is a graduate of Goldsmiths, University of London with an MA in Image and Communication. Her latest research brings together the arts and medicine through a series of projects. In her self-initiated work and work Beata Maria enjoys researching light and colour theories, visual perception, art symbolism and cultural studies. She has developed her own techniques of using paintings within still and moving image and through this experimentation she has got closer to what she wants to achieve with her creative image making. Her work has been featured in various exhibitions in London including the Portobello Art Gallery, Notting Hill Visual Art Festival, Kino London, Guys Hospital, London Bridge and Gabriel Fine Arts. Since 2014 she worked extensively to develop numerous creative projects under the wings of Gabriel Fine Arts gallery and Gabriel Enterprise charity.

Artist about her work: “Art, and especially visual art, is always depended upon the act of seeing. Artists throughout the ages have always been passionately interested in visual perception in all it forms and in optics. All our seeing is depended upon light, therefore it is understandable that I am very interested in the nature, qualities, laws and characteristics of light. My experimentation with painting within still and moving image is constantly inspired by the nature of light, time and motion. I perceive light as a living substance: eternal and ever-changing. My work is very experimental, however based on previous achievements in painting and photography, distortions and exaggeration of light and shade. I established my preference for striking structures and abstract style. My main goal is the search for new horizons in art, new materials, a spontaneous use of materials, experiments with different optics and medium in digital era which does not, however, means a rejection of traditional art methods. “

Krishna Vr

Krishna Vr is a young Mexican photographer well-known for her creative and conceptual works of art. Her work is often inspired by old masters painters such as Velazquez, Millais and Waterhouse. She says that melancholic and sad moments are the ‘most inspiring moments in her life’, there it comes the creation of ‘Ofelia’, one of her favorite artworks created in 2015 when she was feeling sad and hopeless.

Her journey with photography started over 5 years ago when she took her first pictures with a professional camera. She immediately knew that photography could be a perfect way of expressing her own self. Since then, Krishna decided to pursue her professional career in arts. She feels truly blessed by the great support her family showed her throughout the years.

One of her first most important achievements was the opportunity to exhibit at the ‘Exposure Award Collection’ celebrated at the Louvre Museum. After that she began to win international prizes, being the first Mexican artist winning at the SIENA INTERNATIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY AWARDS 2017, with the competition of more than 45,000 images and 160 countries, and then having her work exhibited in wonderful places such as Tokyo, Amsterdam, New York, London, and more. She has shared her knowledge with people from all over the world with workshops and talks, considered one of the most talented young photographers in Mexico.


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