Subtle balance (60x80cm), acrylic on stretched canvas. 2021

The man of nowadays is reluctant to face the consequences of his existence, he excuses himself, that things do not depend on him anyway, as an individual has no influence on global change. In the absence of a consciously committed set of values, he is not counting the impact of his actions on his own life either.
With my series 'Significance' I would like to reflect on the crisis of values, on the self-deception that does not take into account the consequences of one's actions. The recurring sign on my paintings calls the attention to the significance of everything we do, and every decision we make as determined by the past will change the future. For me, the shape of the embryo captures the essential content that contains the past and carries the future in itself. Because prenatal existence represents every stage of evolution and at the same time integrates all possible versions of the future.

Unprocessable (90x60cm), acrylic on stretched canvas 2020

The man of nowadays is reluctant to face the consequences of his existence, he excuses himself, that things do not depend on him anyway, as an individual has no influence on global change. In the absence of a consciously committed set of values, he is not counting the impact of his actions on his own life either.
With my series 'Significance' I would like to reflect on the crisis of values, on the self-deception that does not take into account the consequences of one's actions. The recurring sign on my paintings calls the attention to the significance of everything we do, and every decision we make as determined by the past will change the future. For me, the shape of the embryo captures the essential content that contains the past and carries the future in itself. Because prenatal existence represents every stage of evolution and at the same time integrates all possible versions of the future.

Chance meetings (60x60cm), acrylic on stretched canvas 2021

The man of nowadays is reluctant to face the consequences of his existence, he excuses himself, that things do not depend on him anyway, as an individual has no influence on global change. In the absence of a consciously committed set of values, he is not counting the impact of his actions on his own life either.
With my series 'Significance' I would like to reflect on the crisis of values, on the self-deception that does not take into account the consequences of one's actions. The recurring sign on my paintings calls the attention to the significance of everything we do, and every decision we make as determined by the past will change the future. For me, the shape of the embryo captures the essential content that contains the past and carries the future in itself. Because prenatal existence represents every stage of evolution and at the same time integrates all possible versions of the future.

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Edina Soos

Hungary

https://edinarte.com

I believe abstract art is about a balance between revealing and hiding. My ambition is to find this sensitive, elusive point of balance during creation, which on the other side provides the recipient with the feeling of deeply touched or eventually the experience of transcendence.
I pursued graphic studies at the Graphic Arts Course in Pápa and at Huber Dési Art Circle in Budapest. My unfolding as a painter was incubated by seeking ways on different intellectual paths like meditation and the study of quantum physics through two decades. I pursued painting studies, including abstract painting lessons at the Art School of Buda held by artist András Breznay for 4 years. I constantly broaden my theoretic and technical knowledge at the Open University of the University of Visual Arts of Hungary, as well as at the courses of The Museum of Modern Art, New York. I had three single exhibitions in Budapest/Budaörs so far, and attended 2 group exhibitions of contemporary Hungarian artists.

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