Six Paintings by Dragomir  Misina

I am delighted to be showing these six works in Deviation Street. These paintings, comprised of acrylics and spray paint, are unique objects of  individual artworks which reminds me that to see the painting itself, in the flesh,  is still an activity of vital importance, perhaps more so in a world that is increasingly  digital  where anything but not everything can be viewed on line.  Lets not forget that these images are singular items and even though they  have a presence that permeates into the framework of the digital. Bunny  Shepard

Dragomir Misina:

I use the process of painting to document physical and psychological presence, investigating the communicative function of colour and form as a reaction.

 The starting point of each painting is based on some form of narrative, which inevitably informs the course of painting. However, in the process of painting, it is not a question of making ever more references to the narrative, but a deliberate attempt to escape from it. Therefore the paintings may be observed for what they are rather than what they should mean.

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