Original work from hungarian female artist Eniko Marton.
Eniko is attempting to find a meeting point between the elements of her paintings, ordering a system of colour fields and forms that aim to clearly and directly communicate within the picture plane, and with the viewer. There is a gradual reductive process in which she is searching for clarity and order on a visual and personal level.
Her work is not, however, just a formal investigation of colour and form: “I use a lot of personal inspiration, from relationships between people and transform my experiences in systems, and after that I build it on the canvas, like a model, where I try to make harmony between the elements”. Thus her work becomes a type of structural model of human relationships, at their most elemental.
The artist’s approach is an analytical consideration of the relationship between colour, form and the lines in-between. The elements of her work are “signs” pertaining to the artist’s “meaning and feeling” but they are also specifically chosen “for their open character”. The openness of her simplified palette and shapes allows for the audience to create what she describes as a “picture-room in his/her imagination”. The empty “light” areas of the paintings, become free spaces for the viewer to attach their own personal associations and complete the meaning of the work. Thus, it could be said that whilst the visual devices of Eniko’s work recall geometric abstraction (clean lines and crisp forms), the intention of the work is more closely aligned to painters from Lyrical Abstraction or the works of Wassily Kandinsky, who use the simplest colours, lines and forms to achieve meaning and personal expression. Eniko is an architect of emotional space, delineating the canvas in such a way as to map her own emotions, whilst painting a space for the viewer to enter and immerse themselves.
high-class fine artistic oil colors