Art and spirituality merge in chromatic paintings in Violeta + Bhutan – a solo exhibition by prominent contemporary artist Ricardo Mazal at Sullivan & Strumpf, Singapore.
The art collection was inspired by a single violet hue, where the artist intrigues the viewer with the colour’s journey on the canvas. He wanted to expand the hue of the colour, that it is not singular and can expand into a whole range of colours. Historically, the violet colour links back to the church, royalty and blood.
In this sense, his artworks are rooted in spiritual themes, where he considers the transparency of the colour, the light and the movement.
The exhibition focuses on two of his most powerful bodies of work: Violeta and Bhutan.
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