Deconstruction Series: Beyond the Edge
By Ysabel Molina
Fabric linen and cotton, acrylics, pigments on board and Wood.
21 x 61 x 3 cm
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About Ysabel Molina
Ysabel Molina is a Fine artist, poet and researcher born in Venezuela, with a bachelor’s degree in Social Science and Fine Arts. She is based in Spain where she studied in the Art School of Pamplona and has her studio in the Valle de Egües, Navarra. Her artistic work is experimental, a process of deconstruction to construct again. It is an integration of several techniques and materials and the expression of an intimate and emotional process expressed as a poetic manifesto creating a personal relationship with the media.
“My artwork is a journey of continuous research, I try to focus on the invisible connection and symbiosis I feel in my interaction with nature.” Ysabel Molina
About Deconstruction Series: Beyond the Edge
In Deconstruction Series, Ysabel Molina explored deconstruction as a way to compose fragments of fibers (fabric) painted with earthy-inspired colors.“They are landscape compositions, some of them are mixed with acrylics, using pigment over wood in a classic way; others are tunics where I decompose a canvas to let it go beyond the edge of the limits and move with the properties of the materials and the wind.
I always try to give a metaphysical meaning to my art expression, this resonates with the principle of something invisible we are surrounded by, the constant interaction between the outside/inside and directly related with the way we interact with the environment.” Ysabel Molina