D.W.C. Wild Women - Painter Anna Wypych

Saturday, February 07, 2015

Anna Wypych’s works of art transcend the commonplace, to enter the realm of the otherworldly. The starting point of her work and also the main theme, is always a man, but Anna Wypych goes beyond physicality, as if she wants more to capture the spirit, than the body. She develops images that evoke moods, dreams, and feelings inspired by real life, and which create a remarkably compelling narrative. The physical nudity and sincerity of her characters has emerged as a hallmark of her work. She explores philosopical questions, for which we do not have time in our quick, busy everyday life.

She use her own language of symblos and gestures, to show seeking, to understand the place of the human in modern world. The people in her paintings are not particular persons, but figures of concepts and ideas, she paints rather portraits of feelings. Our gaze transcends the picture plane and permeates deep into the subject’s psyche. She seeks essence of humanity. She believes that letting ourselves explore our doubts, existential questions, seemingly meaningless thinking about cases, which are somewhere on the border of consciousness, is part of what gives us balance and sens.




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