|The young painter Alexandra Spyratos has travelled to many parts of the world: from Indonesia to Europe, from Japan to Australia and Africa.|
The young painter Alexandra Spyratos has travelled to many parts of the world: from Indonesia to Europe, from Japan to Australia and Africa. In all these journeys across the most diverse countries and continents, this nomadic artist has seen and studied colour in all its territorial changes and expressive possibilities, and it has become a basic part of her artistic research.
Her works have to be placed in that area of lyrical abstractions that runs from Kandinsky to Dorazio: the form of things, though having a strictly figurative aim, is essentially geometric and two dimensional. The fields of colour are all filtered by a naturalistic expressive urgency. Her poetic world seems veiled by a cool mental vision and, by way of a distilled personal inventiveness, orchestrates a chromatic symphony similar to the sensibility of Postmodern aesthetics.