What may at first seem like marble slabs of a rare kind stuck on the walls will start to transform into a unique world of dreamy landscapes that at times has a familiar taste of reality as we have experienced it. The consistency of a dominant white pallet may give the viewer a hint of monotony at first but with a bit of patience good things can come forth and patient viewers will be visually rewarded and find more interpretations of white than they imagined. At one point a road may stretch before you, perhaps a road you have taken before. Wearing through snow covered mountains, taking you to and away from places, while you are busy trying to give a name or find a matching memory, your concentration will be distorted by a white wall with cracks in it. But white cannot be wall, and with time you start to create your own sense of recognition. Is it a Japanese print or our planet earth from above, far enough for all the highs and lows that we experience through our eyes to seem flat. And at last, there comes light on an influx of energy, an opening, a path seeming close at hand yet creating a sense of uncertainty the last traces of doubt that one could experience before entering a new phase, frightening and provocative. An abyss filled with purpose and meaning.
Biography: Bita Vakili Born: 1973 -Tehran-Iran Member of Society of Iranian Painters. Member of Institute for Promotion of Visual Arts. Member of Iranian Womens Artistic group(IWAG)
Country: Islamic Republic of Iran
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