Paula Bartron

The forms are simple, reduced, minimal. They are intended to exude an atmosphere of pureness, quiet and balance as well as to crate a subtle tension through a continual juxtaposition of opposite qualities such as light and heavy, open and closed, inner and outer. The surfaces are reminiscent of the  elemental qualities of earth, metal, fire, fading embers.

Associations and references to reality are left to the observer to discover for themselves. An exact meaning or function cannot be ascertained. The function of the objects is not fixed, but as simple forms, cast and fused or blown, stand as archetypes with a magical and cryptic aura.

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2013

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