Art Exhibition ” Inscape “
Art Gallery Vlassis Art Gallery
Kyriakos Mortarakos, Professor at the 2nd Painting Workshop Director of Fine Arts, Department of Visual and Applied Arts, Aristotle says :
Absorbed in thought, the figures of K. Tsitsela with earthy colors and and strong lines, churning world of displaying a subject that with broad and impressive touches incorporated into the surrounding area. Either inside the room or space abstract inspire both contemplation.
The museologist Georgia Kourkounaki says
Katerina Tsitsela creates landscapes that express certain mental states and psychoanalytically interpreted as “inner landscapes”, landscapes of the human soul. The paintings reveals dark interior landscapes in which light bundles invade, revealing to the viewer’s eyes the forms that are plagued by the existential situation of.
The interest of the artist focuses on the pursuit of excessive and eternal truth which lies at the end of our trip to matter. The search is expressed in paintings through the light output, the source of which is not revealed and is outside of the painted canvas, implying the transcendent origin. For light by the same artist says “.. Light is one of the names given to God.”
In contrast of light, the darkness in her works does not indicate the mere absence of light, but the autonomous and self-reactive force that keeps the protagonists of her works in an eternal standby, immobility and at the same time ready for the revelation that follows. The emotional situation of the forms attested thanks to the expressionist mood with which she uses color and commotion caused by tactile touch and pasted mat on the canvas surface.