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ArtWorks

   

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  1. 'Lilium void'

    Year: 2021
    90x120 cm / 35.5x47.3 inch
    Acrylic and oil pastels on canvas

  2. 'Portal'

    Year: 2021
    100x100 cm / 39.4x39.4 inch
    Acrylic on canvas

    The painting called 'Portal' is about the way I associate the feeling of vulnerability with my walking journeys. The circular lines in the painting represents the journeys that I did while getting lost in the city and not knowing in which direction to go. At the same time I wanted to show a sense of fluidity which is connected with the way I was thinking while walking on the streets. I chose this title because I think that each street is like a new portal that opens up a new world.
  3. 'Transparency'

    Year: 2020
    100x150 cm/ 39,4x59 inch
    Acrylic and spray paint on canvas

    This painting is about women in public spaces, their roles and how were they perceived centuries ago in comparison to nowadays. For this painting, I was inspired by one of my walking journeys from my hometown, Brasov, Romania.
  4. 'Blue fire'

    Year: 2020
    30x40 cm / 11.9x15.8 inch
    Acrylic on canvas

    For this painting I was inspired by an old chandelier which I have seen in a house when I was smaller. The image remained with me till now and I felt the need to paint it.
  5. 'Blue village'

    Year: 2020
    30x40 cm / 11.9x15.8 inch
    Acrylic and gold leaf on canvas

    For this painting I was inspired by a photo I have taken in a village from Romania called Viscri. With this painting I wanted to emphasise the main colour of the buildings from this area (blue) and the atmosphere from this special place.
  6. Ceramic works

    Year: 2020

    Ceramic

  7. 'Can women be invisible?'

    Year: 2020
    100x150 cm/ 39,4x59 inch
    Acrylic and spray paint on canvas

    In this work I combined female figures with architectural details. The theme for this painting is the role of women in public spaces, how they were perceived centuries ago in comparison to nowadays. The colours that I used are inspired from the historical centre of my hometown, Brasov, Romania.
  8. 'Pink river'

    Year: 2020
    200x200 cm / 78,7x78,7 inch
    Acrylic on canvas

    This painting is inspired from a photo I took at 'Kew Gardens' in London. In this painting I combined different elements from nature. I chose to paint in the lower part of the artwork a more detailed surface and use warm tones. The shapes I painted in the upper part and in the middle are more pictorial, I used strong brush strokes and an accentuated contrast between the elements. I feel that the contrast between the upper part of the painting and the lower one gives the artwork a special balance. Some of the elements I used are inspired from reality, but I combined them with my imagination as well.
  9. 'Can women be invisible?'

    Year: 2020
    100x200 cm / 39.4x67.8 inch
    Acrylic and spray paint on canvas

    In this work I combined female figures with architectural details. The theme for this painting is the role of women in public spaces, how they were perceived centuries ago in comparison to nowadays. The colours that I used are inspired from the historical centre of my hometown, Brasov, Romania.
  10. 'Royal'

    Year: 2020
    150x200 cm / 59x78.8 inch
    Acrylic on canvas

    This painting is inspired from an old chandelier which I have seen when I visited Vienna.
  11. Ceramic work II

    Year: 2020

    Ceramic

  12. 'Can women be invisible?'

    Year: 2020
    100x150 cm/ 39,4x59 inch
    Acrylic and spray paint on canvas

    In this work I combined female figures with architectural details. The theme for this painting is the role of women in public spaces, how they were perceived centuries ago in comparison to nowadays. The colours that I used are inspired from the historical centre of my hometown, Brasov, Romania.
  13. 'Light Figures'

    Year: 2020
    90x120 cm / 35.5x47.3 inch
    Acrylic and oil pastels on canvas

  14. 'Women in public spaces'

    Year: 2020
    100x150 cm/ 39,4x59 inch
    Acrylic and oil pastels on canvas

    This painting is about women in public spaces, their roles and how were they perceived centuries ago in comparison to nowadays. For this painting I took my inspiration from one of my walking journeys, from my hometown, Brasov, Romania. The colours that I used in the painting are inspired from de the buildings from the historical centre from my hometown.
  15. 'In the garden'

    Year: 2020
    30x40 cm / 11.9x15.8 inch
    Acrylic on canvas

  16. 'Architecture crown'

    Year: 2019
    90x120 cm / 35.5x47.3 inch

    For this painting I was inspired by an architectural detail from a door which I have found in London. I wanted to create a dynamic composition using strong brush strokes. What I really like about this painting is the sensation of freedom and hope it gives me because of the colours and the way I painted it.
  17. 'Life in blue'

    Year: 2019
    80x90 cm / 31.5x35.5 inch
    Acrylic on canvas

    This is a decorative painting. I wanted to combine flat surfaces with more vibrant ones. For this painting I was inspired by some flowers from my garden.
  18. 'Vision'

    Year: 2019
    100x130 cm
    Acrylic and oil pastels on canvas

    The inspiration for this painting was a photo I have taken with a piece of wood. I was really intrigued by the structure and the texture of the wood. At first I wanted to paint something realistic, but when I decided to work with pink, red and orange the outcome changed completely. What I really like about this painting is the contrast between the surfaces which are more pictorial and the white and yellow ones where I drew some lines with oil pastels. I feel this kind of contrast gives the artwork more depth.

  19. 'Spider web'

    Year: 2019
    100x130 cm / 39.4x51.2 inch
    Acrylic, oil pastels and marker on canvas

    For this painting I was inspired by nature. I wanted to combine different plants with insects and create a playful image.
  20. 'Gothic detail'

    Year: 2019
    80x90 cm / 31.5x35.5 inch
    Acrylic on canvas

    As the title indicates, this painting was inspired from an old church. I wanted at first to paint the details really realistic, but then I decided to make it look like an old frame with some bright colours in the middle. What I like about this painting are the ‘old’ aspects of the frame in contrast with the rounded shapes.

   

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