'Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life.' – Pablo Picasso
Magda’s environmentally friendly art is done with the flora; such as flowers, leaves, sprigs, barks of trees and powdered minerals to enhance and complete the discrete and limited colors of the flora. Her admiration for the infinite beauty of nature and her innate love of art leads her to create a fusion of Art and Nature in order to extend the beauty of this organic medium by giving it permanency and artistic value.
Magda’s art has been inspired by the human condition, daily life, events around the world, poverty, social injustices, and the cruel wars that blindly kill innocents… She depicts also the uneasiness that lives within people facing natural disasters. Magda is fascinated by the human face, especially the elderly, and by the wide range of expressions and emotions conveyed through the eyes. Now it is nature that represents and depicts man, and not man representing nature.
Bachelor in Modern Literature, Quebec University in Montreal (UQAM)
Certificate in Translation English to French, Concordia University in Montreal
This review was published by Circle Foundation for the Arts © CFA Press ∙ Images are courtesy of the artist