The Artists Description
This work is part of my ongoing project on human emotion, which started in 2014. This is the sadness of the contemporary man who knows how far he is from himself and nature. He is filled with a feeling of loneliness, and his only option is to embrace himself in the hope that from now on, he will choose to follow a better way of living.
I personally believe that sadness isn't a bad or negative emotion. On the contrary, it is essential for people to feel it from time to time because it helps them understand life's experiences and appreciate others.
Oana Mazarache was always fascinated by how people know themselves, act in their lives, and make choices. She used to draw or paint these weird human actions. She realized that people act by instinct and emotions, and now she studies the link between human psychology and colors through human emotions.
This fascination comes from her need to understand the contemporary world and society. Many artists are exploring human emotions for body expressiveness (face, hands, and so on), but she is interested in how emotion colors our bodies. Her artworks reveal the human body under the vibrational control of emotions from a chromatic perspective.
Our body constantly changes color because daily routine involves many pleasant and unpleasant activities/experiences. She painted how the human body changes when we feel emotions like love, happiness, sadness, envy, pride, neutral, contempt, surprise, fear, shame, depression, anger, disgust, and anxiety. Different parts of our bodies become red, blue, or yellow. Some of them are more intensive than others.
The positive emotions like love, happiness, pride, and so on are colored in red and yellow, and the negative ones: anxiety, disgust, envy, and so on, are red and blue, or just blue (depression and neutral).
Oana Mazarache's works focus on the environment, man's evolution and behavior, and the consequences this has on nature, the environment, and us. Each project often consists of multiple works grouped around specific themes and meanings. New areas of interest arise during research and production and lead to the next body of work. Thus, she paints other topics such as nature, political events, or daily live events.
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