from The Book of Angels series - The waiting (141)
acrylic on paper twisted and glued on wooden plywood / edges are painted so can be dysplayed in this state
large and very heavy: 70 x 103 cm (28 x 41 inches)
"Kloska, seeking the road to Damascus
Certainly, the art signed by Kloska is taking part into the creators major effort to detect and express the essences of human beings, just as it shaped by the all times. Fallen into the subject of the temporal, in a sub-solar space, the humanity find itself forced to twist its spirit, almost mutilate it, referencing to the crossed historical and moral times.
The perpetual metamorphosis of the spirit produced visible traces, often even into the meat surface, at the human figure, where the artist Kloska searched and seacking to capture, through specific tools or effort, almost demiurge, kneading whole inner man, subconsciously placed beyond .
Whether artistic expression occurs in stone, metal or on canvas, she plays, possibly, a certain portion of the mystery that lies in nuce, in the most hidden place of human beings, where the spirit - today as a mustard bean detached from the universal primary fire - is still flashing and keep alive the being state of human nature, spoiled by the original divine gesture of unique genesis.
Undoubtedly, the human universe is as exciting to explore as the outside world as human beings, taking, however, urging the ancient Elders, who left at some point the investigation of the macrocosm in favor of the research of the microcosm typical to human being, so Kloska is taking this route of the ancients over the light of modern art, showing, following the impression that he left to us, as he is founding himself in a deep search of that THING of which many others turned to long time ago before him, respectively the Absolute detection.
Artistic methods means no comment, they completely belong to the author, who seems to be stuck in a sustainable areas, by the very matter in which his artistic approach consists in stone,and also in metal. So is also added, the dimarch on canvas witch is transposing the same stihial trend, detected in the works that had as the base the stone, as it is finded molded by Other hands, namely of the Creator himself.
The acquisition of divine design and the self try to remake a route to the being roots of the humanity - when, she was still finding in her lighter period - is representing a titanic effort for every artist; so, that's why Kloska himself, taking part at the same investigation, he is working a lot, reminding us of the sisific effort of the mythical character, the same of witch we should imagine happy, especially in the time that he was coming down from the top of the mountain to the base of it, for reassuming the eternally effort.
The throes caught by the artist , on the faces fixed in stone, metal or on the canvas, are showing us the exact last stage of the human existence before the Apocalypse, the event announced not only by the Bible but also by many other great book of humanity, in different times and particular moments; placing us in a spiritual level, where is proper to insist on the idea of the extinction of the actual human kind - the extinction announced also by the Kloska's artworks - in the sens that is not about a biological disparition, on contrary, pointing to a radical metamorphisms of the world, at a specific moment, so as to have the possibility to reborn again complete, rounded,perfect, as at the beginnings, when it was saying, that it was traversing an absolute age, perfect in all respects, unaltered by further progress subject to time devorated consuming.
Hope that will come a time when mankind will radically transform itself, is rendered by the Angels's world that crossing the creations of Ovidiu Kloska, a sensed world, based on the true believe of a superior existence to which human beings can tend to their path to Eternity.
Kloska is an young artist, noted already in the so demanding world of the artists. He is continuing to seek the road to Damascus, but on witch we are confident, that one day, he will have the happiness to know it."
Prof.dr.Fl.Agafitei - writter, indianistic expert
acrylic painting on paper glued on wooden panel