Pearl Nurse, 2010, acryilic on wood 65 cm diameter
Trichrome blood, 2010, acryilic on wood, 65 cm diameter
The Cell Maid, 2010, acryilic on wood, 65 cm diameter
Royal Grey Suite, 2011, acrylic on canvas, 180 cm diameter
NOT US, 2011, acrylic on canvas, 180 cm diameter
Trichrome Visitor, 2011, acryilic on wood, 50 cm diameter
Throat Drop, 2008, acryilic on wood, 80 cm diameter
Branchblowers, 2011, acryilic on wood, 50 cm diameter
The Hummingbird Song, 2010, acrylic on canvas, 180 cm diameter
Ose L Frost, 2011, acrylic on canvas, 200 x 160 cm, + boots
Artist Statement about the Series
The body of Sleep-Drunk Vademecum is made up of a large set of rounded painting formats. It is an open project still in process that started in the middle of 2008. Medical instruments, high precision techonology, scientific devices, anatomical models, clandestine laboratories and human representation become the object of study and thought.
The bizarre represented objects reflect a mixture of past and future, and an ambiguous clinical atmosphere flows in them. On many of these painted surfaces, a soft cool-cold gradient isolates the represented elements and gives a non-gravitational character to the compositions. The project [has] a choral visual basis. The groups of images altogether represent the discourse, giving great importance to the different parts that give sense to the work as a whole.
Impressive work and intriguing concepts!
I find it so original, and I really like the colour palette too.
Unusual and striking#painting by Tania Blanco #inspiration