BAR - barlisboa.com
Maria Helena Vieira da Silva was a Portuguese-French abstractionist painter.
Vieira da Silva’s early paintings were influenced by each of these trends, and her style melds Cubism, Futurism, and Constructivism. With its keen sense of rhythm and pattern, Vieira da Silva’s early work reflects a sensitivity that would become a main component in her more mature paintings, in which a sense of deep space and perspective is maintained even as jagged shapes fracture the picture plane.
The challenge was to made a communication series to the upcoming event to celebrate her work and her birthday.