Slow Art
with the artworks of
Patricia Abramovich

Four artworks of the israeli painter Patricia Abramovich (Climbing, Taches, Yellow Road, Landscape 2) were exhibited during the 3rd International Slow Art Day at ARTROM Home Gallery. From these four works abstract Climbing was choosen for the Slow Art process of aware observation by a guest of the Gallery.


Climbing, 2008
70 x 80 cm, 1450

The viewer was deeply touched by the strong and powerful colors of the canvas. At the beginning the observation was linked to natural visions such as storms, autumn leaves, hurricanes ... Then, from these material visions the observation turned toward an emotional prospective. Burning feelings of death, betryal, and revenge started mixing with loving feelings of protection and of spiritual elevation.
The painting was also seen in relation with the others artworks of the painter present at the exhibition and with a deeper attention to Landscape 2, appreciated by many. The landscape artworks deeply interested the public for their strong influnences of Van Gogh, while the abstract artwork was noted for it's comunicative power to evoke strong emotions.