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They have a special feeling of stagnation, landscapes are memories in the same way as photographs. Glimpses, images, strictly cropped fragments of something real surrounding the picture. What if you were looking at the world for the very first time? She depicts decaying beauty and allows natural forms to blend into almost abstract surfaces. For Piilola, light is the essential element of painting, followed by colors and their materiality. She is currently living and working in Helsinki. The eye cannot discern stars by daylight, but we can imagine their presence.

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What if a deer, caught by surprise, were to open its mouth to speak? She is currently living and working in Helsinki. When the sun sets, they piipola to twinkle, yet even so, stars are difficult to fathom: Landscapes do not always have to be beautiful. They have a special feeling of stagnation, landscapes are memories in the same way as photographs.

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Tamara Piilola

Her paintings are a tribute to nature and the continuity of life. An artist might contemplate science while painting at the easel, and an astrophysicist might see art while examining the composition of the universe. Glimpses, images, strictly cropped fragments of something real surrounding the picture. Piilola describes starry skies as a metaphor for the mystery of painting. What if you discovered every plant and creature you encountered to be an intelligent being?

She fills the canvas with densely applied layers of paint, contrasting bright lights with dark shadows, occasionally including graphic motifs that permeate the picture planes like decorative patterns. The eye cannot discern stars by daylight, but we can imagine their presence.

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These are things we can grasp only through our imagination and vision, much in the same way as artistic ideas are born. Piilola looks at tamar world of ideas as something sacred and wondrous. Long stays abroad, mainly in France and Taamra have influenced her work. The artist lives and works in Helsinki. Thin layers of paint, bold fluent brushstrokes and the use of pure pigments combine to flood the paintings with light.

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The surfaces are covered with bright pure colours. Occasionally a strong light stops all life in the painting. Would your tamzra be filled with respect? These highly detailed landscapes appear to be divorced from the world.

These detailed views, full of mystery and light, colour and verdancy, draw viewers to their essence and idea. Piilola, Ketola, Aho, Kust. Piilola paints wastelands, timber stacks and dunghills, cleverly emphasising their decorativeness. For Piilola, light is the essential element of painting, followed by colors and their materiality. These are not recognisable landscapes but the creations pii,ola countless memories stored over time as photographs and sketches.

CV Visual Artist, b. Art has the power to transport us to different worlds, as does astronomy; the wonders of art and science offer a similar sense of aesthetic satisfaction. What piipola you were looking at the world for the very first time? She depicts decaying beauty and allows natural forms to blend into almost abstract surfaces.