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Myopia

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  •  Out of focus, into the light. Sometimes, watching the world with myopic eyes allows you to get more in touch with your feelings and to immerse deeper in what you see. A sense of unity given by the loss of outlines and brighter, saturated colors. As for the painting techniques and gestures, using the bokeh impression is a way to explore the calligraphy of both the melting silhouettes and the circular light waves.
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    I also suggest using the term "neo-synthetism" along with the more analytical "abstract impressionism" in order to describe this series of paintings . january 29, 2013.
  • Blinding sun
    (oil on canvas, 40x40 cm, 2013)
  • Synth street
    (oil on canvas, 70x50 cm, 2013)
  • Forest walk
    (oil on canvas, 50x70 cm, 2013)
  • Bokeh River
    (oil on canvas, 70x50 cm, 2013)
  • Leaves on the shore
    (oil on canvas, 70x50 cm, 2013)
  • Between the books
    (oil on canvas, 70x50 cm, 2013)
  • Sharp keys
    (oil on canvas, 70x50 cm, 2013)
  • Bokeh street
    (oil on canvas, 70x50 cm, 2012)
  • Sunny street
    (oil on canvas, 70x50 cm, 2013)
  • Big city girl
    (oil on canvas, 70x50 cm, 2013)
  • Evening beach
    (oil on canvas, 70x50 cm, 2012)
  • Learning to fish
    (oil on canvas, 50x70 cm, 2013)
  • Black cat
    (oil on canvas, 50x70 cm, 2012)
  • Anka
    (oil on canvas, 40x40 cm, 2013)
  • October glow
    - commissioned for the Benetton art project & collection: "Imago Mundi"-
    (oil on canvas, 10x7 cm, 2013)