Art for me is the freedom to create with no boundaries, to express the diversity of color from which the human soul is composed.
Spreading color across a canvas is a means of meditation; I connect with my inner self.
My hands just move with rhythm using the painter knife to mix the colors directly on the blank canvas.
I choose the colors and let my soul conduct me, handling the knife as a brush.
The colors merge on the canvas on their own. I then use a spatula to paint over them in oil. When working in water color "aquarelle", I allow the colors to merge with the water in whatever direction they choose.
I feel when the artwork is ready and reaching a balance between the colors.
I usually have no preconceived idea and am always curious to see the final results of my painting.
My major influences are Monet and Cézanne but I also appreciate the works of Van Gogh, Sissley, Renoir and Michelangelo.
I am also fascinated with Japanese art and calligraphy and one day would love to exhibit in Tokyo.
Patricia Abramovich is a tenacious artist. She is driven to explore abstract painting
like water is driven to explore it's path to the sea. Her passion manifests as natural and spontaneous action. Her palette knife is moved
in a meditative motion that is connected to her heart.
Her latest works show a striking maturity and experience in her bold strokes and
empty space on the canvas. These works exude a force, a sense of confidence in
what she intends, very important milestones for an artist. It is always such a pleasure to watch the creative pathways of an artist.
We look forward to seeing these works in a solo exhibition in 2013.
Founding Director ARTROM Network