Aba Lluch Dalena

Aba Lluch Dalena

"Jesus Wept"

Mixed media | 10" x 14" | 30cm x 42cm

$699.00

$699.00

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THIS IS A UNIQUE WORK OF ART

ABOUT THIS WORK

Year
2019
Frame
Not Included
PROVENANCE
Yes
Signatory
Personally Signed by the Artist

Aba Lluch Dalena

Coming from a family of celebrated artists, Aba Lluch Dalena has been an artist all her life. An art teacher, a painter, a sculptor, a poet, and a musician, Abad has been honing these abilities for over 30 years. She has exhibited around the world as a visual artist with respected museums acquiring her work as part of their permanent collections. To date, she has had 15 solo exhibitions and many more group exhibitions.

Her earliest solo show was at the age of six, an exhibition of 300 clay sculptures. And even at that age, she revealed a playful and uninhibited approach to forms, something which she has refined into figurative and abstract paintings, mixed media installations, and terracotta sculptures.

Aba’s use of paint and color reveals an emotional creative force that grapples with real life issues. What at first glance could be seen as simply frenetic celebrations of color in themes of hope, love, and transcendence, give clues to a deeper struggle. As she puts it, “artmaking could be a good release for one’s brokenness and rage. It could also be a delicate and sincere expression, or a confession of love or madness, struggle and fears.” As such, many of her current paintings have a political and spiritual message.

Aba Lluch Dalena

Coming from a family of celebrated artists, Aba Lluch Dalena has been an artist all her life. An art teacher, a painter, a sculptor, a poet, and a musician, Abad has been honing these abilities for over 30 years. She has exhibited around the world as a visual artist with respected museums acquiring her work as part of their permanent collections. To date, she has had 15 solo exhibitions and many more group exhibitions.

Her earliest solo show was at the age of six, an exhibition of 300 clay sculptures. And even at that age, she revealed a playful and uninhibited approach to forms, something which she has refined into figurative and abstract paintings, mixed media installations, and terracotta sculptures.

Aba’s use of paint and color reveals an emotional creative force that grapples with real life issues. What at first glance could be seen as simply frenetic celebrations of color in themes of hope, love, and transcendence, give clues to a deeper struggle. As she puts it, “artmaking could be a good release for one’s brokenness and rage. It could also be a delicate and sincere expression, or a confession of love or madness, struggle and fears.” As such, many of her current paintings have a political and spiritual message.

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Sehnsucht