eiDesign selection

    eiDesign selection

Serie #2021

This works are part of Patricia’s last working period, from 2020 to 2021

    eiDesign selection

In these works Patricia Sartori uses a thin metal plate as a support for scraping with acrylic, creating a unique type of manual screen printing process

The different visual results depend on the tools she chooses to scrape, the amount of paint and the pressure she applies with the metalspatula. The paintings have an almost silkscreened effect and are executed with different trowel measures. In some works, after scraping with acrylic, Patricia used a pure pigment oil stick, giving a new reading to oil painting and adding a calligraphic and expressive layer. She sees her latest work as the result of a combination of her graphic and pictorial sides. These paintings create a new abstract language situated between expressionist painting and graphic design.

“For me these paintings evoke our feeling of escape, of wanting to transmute into a new dimension. A created unknown universe, an unconscious and futuristic one where a new landscape appears from the way I scrape and use color”

              2021

                                    2021_#2                                     

ACRYLIC ON DIBOND, 2021     

 40 X85CM      

                                                             

                            2021#4                                    

ACRYLIC ON DIBOND, 2021     

40 X85CM     

                                                

                      

   

2021_#6

ACRYLIC ON DIBOND, 2021   

60 X 20CM

                      

                           2021_#3                                     

 ACRYLIC ON DIBOND, 2021   

                   40 X 85CM                       

    

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2021_#8

   ACRYLIC ON DIBOND, 2021 

85 X 40CM

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2021_#9

ACRYLIC ON DIBOND, 2021 

150 X 75CM

Serie #2021

This works are part of Patricia’s last working period, from 2020 to 2021

    eiDesign selection

In these works Patricia Sartori uses a thin metal plate as a support for scraping with acrylic, creating a unique type of manual screen printing process

The different visual results depend on the tools she chooses to scrape, the amount of paint and the pressure she applies with the metalspatula. The paintings have an almost silkscreened effect and are executed with different trowel measures. In some works, after scraping with acrylic, Patricia used a pure pigment oil stick, giving a new reading to oil painting and adding a calligraphic and expressive layer. She sees her latest work as the result of a combination of her graphic and pictorial sides. These paintings create a new abstract language situated between expressionist painting and graphic design.

“For me these paintings evoke our feeling of escape, of wanting to transmute into a new dimension. A created unknown universe, an unconscious and futuristic one where a new landscape appears from the way I scrape and use color”

              2021

                                    2021_#2                                     

ACRYLIC ON DIBOND, 2021     

 40 X85CM      

                                                             

                            2021#4                                    

ACRYLIC ON DIBOND, 2021     

40 X85CM     

                                                

                      

   

2021_#6

ACRYLIC ON DIBOND, 2021   

60 X 20CM

                      

                           2021_#3                                     

 ACRYLIC ON DIBOND, 2021   

                   40 X 85CM                       

    

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2021_#8

   ACRYLIC ON DIBOND, 2021 

85 X 40CM

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2021_#9

ACRYLIC ON DIBOND, 2021 

150 X 75CM