‘Calma’ is an original artwork on Bockingford 400gsm paper by abstract floral artist Beatriz Elorza.
Beatriz has used acrylic, dry pigments, oil bars and pen, fixative applied and varnish on top
Beatriz is inspired by her surroundings and translates the energy and visual information into her work using colour as her personal language. The colour in Beatriz’s work seems a spontaneous emission, as if she had transmitted her emotions directly onto canvas through the mere act of breathing. Her paintings feature a strong sense of depth, which she derives from her knowledge of architecture.
“My work involves creating large-scale, abstract paintings that aim to convey my emotions through colour and create a personal pictorial language.
The colour is a starting point for me; the fluid brush strokes talk about the freedom I feel when I’m in front of the canvas. Within each painting, nature is a pretext for me to combine and express the dynamism and tensions of my unconscious self.
My paintings evolve as part of a creative process that explores the balance between spontaneity and control at the same time, searching for a harmonic dialogue in the composition but leaving improvisational moves or gestural marks to shake some life into the painting. I create dialogues between different spatial planes and thereby allowing viewers to find their own visual path into this world. The use of colour spots, drips, and splatters convey my ‘fearless and intuitive’ process, and while each work holds a memory of space and time that belongs to me, it also presents itself as a generator of new spaces into the viewer’s mind, opening new interpretations” BEATRIZ ELORZA