(born in 1968)
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Cosmina is a French painter. She recently moved to New York.
Cosmina defined her unique and personal style from the influences of the theories of the founders of abstraction (Vassily Kandinsky and Paul Klee). She adopted the techniques of dripping adopted by Jackson Pollock.
Cosmina minimizes to the extreme point and line shapes-colors that appear in what she calls a "controlled serendipitous painting".
Numerous layers and minute touches compose her paintings. Her colors are surprising and sumptuous.
Cosmina art attempts to translate her reflexions on the origins, and the future of humanity. She does not title her works, but only her collections based on a philosophical or metaphysical meditation. Cosmina paintings capture the spectator by their beauty, and induce introspection.
Cosmina unprecedented style is considered as unclassifiable by experts who suggested a new movement "Atmospheric Abstraction". A bestseller, Cosmina's works are sought-after by collectors worldwide.
Untitled ref. US36 - oil on canvas - 40 x60 in (101.6 x 152.4 cm)
(Collection "The External Facets of the Innerself")
This last painting from the collection "The External Facets of the Inner Self" translates the duality between the Inner Self and the external facets that we create to socially survive.
Sumptuous colors appear in multiple layers. Millions of lines and points swirl and illustrate the very moment of transformation.
No, its not a galaxy. It is the complex journey of the Inner Self. Billions of lives emerge, transform, adapt, and seek their destiny in our world, or elsewhere.
A very unique pictorial style. Impressed by Vassily Kandinsky's and Paul Klee's theories, and allying the dripping techniques of Jackson Pollock, Cosmina minimizes shape-colors to extremely minute points and lines, all in what she calls "a controlled serendipitous painting". This intricacy reflects the nature of the universe. It also serves to express the complexity of human thinking, and the unpredictability of human reactions.
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