Monday, 31 May 2010

Colorful repetion

In her paintings, Misato Suzuki repeats patterns, creating undulations, ruptures and transformations. Mixing beautiful textures and colour combinations with identifiable elements, she finds the balance between abstraction and representation. The repetition of small geometrical shapes in her paintings remind me of some Gustav Klimt paintings...

 Misato Suzuki, "Rain Drops",  2005, 48" x 60", acrylic on canvas 

Misato Suzuki, "Pigeon", 2002, 54" x 47", oil and acrylic on canvas

 Misato Suzuki, "Golden Sunshine", 2007, 48" x 36 ", acrylic on canvas

 Misato Suzuki, "Glimmer", 2010, 48" x 36", acrylic on canvas 

Misato Suzuki, "ggh", 2005, 18" x 20", acrylic and ink on panel

 Misato Suzuki, "Parade on the Snowy Day", 2010, 48" x 36", acrylic on canvas

3 comments:

  1. Très joli, j'apprécie surtout les deux avec les oiseaux. Il faut dire que ça me fait penser à quelqu'un!
    Mimi

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  2. I just stumbled upon your blog while searching for Gustav-Adolf Mossa and I just wanted to say that I love love your blog!

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  3. these are enchanting; so delicate and full of quirkiness and texture. i have a crush on your blog!

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