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Xandria Noir

Xandria Noir

Xandria-Noir is an abstract expressionist painter who has studied New York School intensely over the years and retains great admiration for its founders Robert Motherwell, Clyfford Still, Franz Kline and Jackson Pollock. She is also greatly inspired by Fauvism and Neoplasticism (The Stijl). She wants to revive the early twentieth century abstract art through her work. She is known for her brightly painted expressions on canvas, board, and wood emphasizing on bold black large areas that are the main elements of her paintings in conveying her emotions and feelings and responses to music and events. She also draws inspiration from music and ordinary regular objects that are mostly ignored by people. She paints visual sensations that are her reactions to contemporary experiences. Her paintings are emotionally charged, screaming the illusions of invisible reality. According to her, they appear as psychedelic abstract visions in her mind and she quickly puts them on canvas to ease the intensity.

Xandria-Noir has experimented with several techniques from 1989 till 2005, and after a gap of eight years she has resumed her one and only passionate career in the end of 2012 forming a new ‘palm painting’ technique over large size canvases. She sometimes finds brushes slow to deliver her swift visions promptly hence using her both palms to spread the paint and become a part of the painting herself. From 1989 till now, her work has evolved from representational art to non-representational art over years. She is a cheerful person and loves to use all bright colours incorporated with black and white. The black and white of her paintings represent her belief that everything, including people and life, is crystal clear to her.

Personal Quotes

“When someone says that my new work is child’s work, I feel proud because children are pure in expression. Their art is free of corrupted elements of society and politics. Picasso once said that he had spent his life learning how to paint like a child.”

“Every painting of mine is one of a kind. It arrives in my head and is transformed on canvas. When the moments have passed, I don’t even remember how I painted. This is why I cannot reproduce my pieces at any price. Hence, each piece is just one in the whole world.”

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