Crush Series - Estranged By: Silvia Poloto

About

Artist Statement: This body of work explores the emotional turmoil that often accompanies affairs of the heart. This represents a departure for me, as most of my previous work focuses on abstract visual imagery, with no premeditated theme. To get into something with a distinct theme offered me an opportunity to explore a new direction in both objective and technique.

The majority of my work until now has been colorful abstract paintings. I have also worked extensively in abstract welded steel sculptures. This new work, presented as neither paintings nor sculptures, brings together elements of both previous media. I feel I couldn't have possibly dived into black and white if I had not explored color so passionately for so many years. The cold, metallic imagery and the sense of 3D
  • Details:

    • Abstract canvas, non-figurative, color sensibility, textured hues
    • GIN-1125-466
    • 48
    • 48
    • Cardboard box
    • Original One-of-a-Kind
    • No
    • Metal
    • Square
    • United States
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  • Details:

    • Abstract canvas, non-figurative, color sensibility, textured hues
    • GIN-1125-466
    • 48
    • 48
    • Cardboard box
    • Original One-of-a-Kind
    • No
    • Metal
    • Square
    • United States

About

Artist Statement: This body of work explores the emotional turmoil that often accompanies affairs of the heart. This represents a departure for me, as most of my previous work focuses on abstract visual imagery, with no premeditated theme. To get into something with a distinct theme offered me an opportunity to explore a new direction in both objective and technique.

The majority of my work until now has been colorful abstract paintings. I have also worked extensively in abstract welded steel sculptures. This new work, presented as neither paintings nor sculptures, brings together elements of both previous media. I feel I couldn't have possibly dived into black and white if I had not explored color so passionately for so many years. The cold, metallic imagery and the sense of 3D