Visual art has been important to me since childhood - not that I have always painted. I haven’t. But how things “look” has always mattered enormously, and seeing beauty has been a constant quest. Of course I haven’t looked for conventional beauty, not at all. But I have craved something else. The beauty I seek is there to be seen in a myriad ways, all of which have spoken to me in their different voices.
Recently I have begun to try to express my work through the modality of painting, in a deliberate effort. My aim is to transmit the same energy I offer to those I work with through my paintings. At the same time I aim to penetrate another dimension.
Exhibiting at Brighton Artists Open Houses Festival, May 2020
There is much more I could say here - and I will be speaking more on the subject on two occasions in May (2nd and 23rd) when I have the amazing opportunity to exhibit some pictures in Brighton at the Artists Open Houses Festival, at a seafront house, every weekend in May 2020..
I hope you will be able to visit. For more information please contact Ros Ward who is organising events firstname.lastname@example.org. Paintings, prints and cards will be on sale. Visit the Artists Open Houses Festival (AOH) website here
Michal Available to Talk about her Work
On Saturday May 2nd and May 23rd at 2pm I will be present at the exhibition and talking about my work. I look forward to seeing you there.
Recorded Art Interview - 'Art as Energy'
A couple of years ago, I gave an interview to online journal, The Autumn Salon, which explored my view of fundamental and profound questions such as, 'What is the purpose of art?', 'What role does energy play in the creation and perception of art?', 'Authenticity in Art' and much more. You can listen to the interview here, introduced by my friend, arts curator of The Autumn Salon, Christos Vayenas:
Pictures shown are extracts from larger paintings.