• Elena Sirtori

    Date posted: December 30, 2011 Author: jolanta


    “This gives the paintings a quality that isreal, concrete, but dreamy”


    Courtesy of the artist.



    My works are full-color brushstrokes born by the deepest impulses and passions, along with the magic and the rapture of the childhood put on a canvas and other surfaces.

    I feel that hand-painting can be a cuddle of a surface … then other materials can be added: flowers, precious stones, brilliant powders. I want the result to leave people looking spellbound and enraptured.

    I enjoy creating new color harmonies by using various ingredients, taken from cuisine and from make-up. This gives the paintings a quality that is real, concrete, but dreamy.

    Circuses, angels, fairy tales, dreams, life, beating hearts, happiness and sadness … all together as a stream of magic and narratives whilst I have a still white canvas in front of me.

    Nothing is studied. Everything comes from a primary impulse: sexual and spiritual together, playful and anguished together.

    *** This article was published by NY Arts Magazine, 2011. NY Arts Magazine is published by Abraham Lubelski. Sponsored by Broadway Gallery, NYC and World Art Media.

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