“Meaning of life” inspires art show
German artist, Catalina Moldovanu is exhibiting until July 21st at the Art Centre La Recova in Santa Cruz.
The exhibition goes under the title of “Looking for God I learned to love” and spans work created since 2010 though she says: “It is the result of more than 20 years searching for answers about the meaning of life.”
Similar shows won much acclaim in Hannover and Berlin.
There are 75 works of medium and large format, made in oil, acrylic and mixed media, which are structured under two concepts: observation and gnosis (knowledge).
“My brush strokes and colours are really words that my heart learned to express in this universal language that is art; a esperanto where human emotions assume the leading role when it comes to manifesting themselves and look for their place, meanings and explanations in my canvases. The sea of feelings is the source of my inspiration and therefore, each empty canvas, provocative and intimidating, ends up charging its own life for having its personal history.”
La Recova is in Plaza Isla de la Madera, Santa Cruz .