Beginnings/Inscape/Outscape - open till 22:00

Chroma

Chroma exhibits her work titled Beginnings/Inscape/Outscape with reference to the beginning of a new year and the waves of life inside and outside.

In the exhibition among others new work will be on show that has developed since the beginning of the artists career, still retaining its distinctive, characteristic: strong colors, contrast and flow.

The work depicts the free flow, the joyful creation and the power of the inner and outer world. Flowing forms now cascading over the canvas in conversation with water and gravity are featured in the exhibition.

The work is expressive and the shapes are sometimes reminiscent of organisms and cells and the circular shapes are often present. At the beginning of the artist's career, the focus was on external worlds such as landscapes and sometimes portraits, painted in expressive style with strong colors, but the landscapes gradually disintegrated into semi abstract and abstract flowing shapes. The portrait still stays around showing up in various ways. Now is a new beginning and the future will reveal where creation is headed. The artist allows the art continuously to flow in creative joy.

The artist:

Chroma is born in Copenhagen. She grew up in three cites, Copenhagen, Paris and Reykjavik. Chroma studied at the Fine Art Academy in Rome, Accademia di belle arti, and graduated in painting cum laude. Colors have been the main interest of the artist since she was a child. Chroma also holds a masters degree in Art Theory with a main theses on color semiotics within the field of visual semiotics. Chroma has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions in Iceland and in Italy. Further information can be found on the artists website www.choma.blue.

Artist: Chroma

Date:

25.01.2024

Location:

Phenomenon

Ægisgata 7, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland

Tags:

City CenterExhibitionGood Thursday Free EntryWheelchair Access

Opening hours:

Sat: 13:00 - 16:00

Good Thursday open 18:00 - 22:00

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