By Ysabel Molina
Textile Painted Sculpture. Fabric linen, acrylics, pigments, wood and crystal frame.
27,5 x 27,5 x 4,5 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 Hybrid Horizon
Hybrid Horizon is part of a small series of textile-painted sculptures inspired by the evergreen we find in the forest. “My main interest was to represent these landscapes through color, as a symbol of the living substance that Earth represents. I have felt a deep connection with the concept of deep ecology. My intention was to create something incorporeal through fibers and their plastic properties, the kind of flexibility we see in the botanic world, using the idea of decomposition and fragmentation of the canvas to assemble and rebuild.
I feel a great attraction to earthy materials. I try to honor Earth trying to represent my emotions about my symbiosis with it or maybe Earth honors me by giving me the beauty I can find when I come back to my wildest side.”