About - Sanda Breban
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SANDA BREBAN | ARTIST

Looking at the works of Sanda Breban, the thought takes me to the ephemeral, diaphanous, suave, both through the chosen theme and through the brushstroke that seems to barely touch the canvas, with shyness and reverence.
The artist’s first works are inspired by plants, associated or not with the soul. The flowers represented cross seasons, from an early spring to a late summer or express a state of the soul (Flowers of the Soul).
The artist moves from the figurative, individual, recognizable and which can be named, fleshy – such as the peony, to the general, vegetable kingdom, “the grass and flowers of the field”, unrecognizable, unnamed, frail, to then move towards non-figuratively, in the latter case, referring to her own memories and feelings. The process of playing back memories is like an explosion, at the end of a star’s life cycle, a supernova explosion, creating a nebula. With each non-figurative work, the matter (it is memory and feeling) begins to reintegrate, to coagulate into filaments-lines, to light up, leading the viewer to something new that begins to bloom, to form, to differentiate itself like a new stars or a new being.

feelings. The process of playing back memories is like an explosion, at the end of a star’s life cycle, a supernova explosion, creating a nebula. With each non-figurative work, the matter (it is memory and feeling) begins to reintegrate, to coagulate into filaments-lines, to light up, leading the viewer to something new that begins to bloom, to form, to differentiate itself like a new stars or a new being.