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Emilia Dubicki
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Emilia Dubicki, a New Haven based abstract painter, has been painting since her childhood growing up in Bozrah, CT. Nature often servers as a starting point from her work that then traverses the imagery and structures of external landscapes—rocks, piers, water, ski, shadows, light—fused with journeys into a more internal landscape of the spirit.

The resulting paintings are made in the studio: compilations of memories, emotions and visuals interpreted, felt, and expressed in the moment of painting.

To read an interview with Emilia from Peripheral Arteries Magazine please visit:

http://issuu.com/artpress/docs/peripheral_arteries_art_review_-_may_2013/5

Artist Statement

My work is inspired by nature and abstraction in the environment, and the outer world serves as a metaphor for an internal landscape. Capturing the essence of place: moods, moments, colors, light and structures and transcending beyond these elements is what my art is about. There’s a blur between the visual world and the personal world of mind and spirit – what can be seen joining with what is felt and imagined. The natural world is not in my control, but I want to catch incarnations of it in the work, capture momentary glimpses of the impulses they inspire before everything changes again. I work the idea, image and colors until I’ve exhausted it in the mind and heart.