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"For me, the world evolves in the middle of a perfect geometry. My spatula's squares represents cycles in time, in inter-linked figures. The spiral becomes a source of light that turns inward, towards the absolute; the circle in identical instants, the square in order of the Universe..." Luna Rosa

Luna Rosa's Serie PACHAMAMA AMÉRINDIENNE - 2016 2017

Luna Rosa

Artiste Peintre

PRESS RELEASE AGORA GALLERY, Chelsea NY /

 

Collective Exhibition COLOR IMMERSION / 2009:

 

Since leaving her place of birth, Colombian painter Virginia Hernandez's love for her country has only grown, amplified by her training and experiences in France. Now living and working on the Côte d'Azur, Hernandez has found qualities of light and color that recall the vibrant landscapes of her youth. In paintings that oscillate between abstraction and pointillism, she crafts scenes, still lives and landscapes by applying oils with spatulas. The resulting squares of paint provide the basic building blocks of her practice, sometimes representing figures, elsewhere creating a mosaic background for more rounded shapes to play across.

Working with this basic square shape, Hernandez favors bold, warm and spectacular colors. By restricting her palette to only a few dramatic tones in each work, she creates incredibly dynamic and striking compositions that thrive on fluid patterns of energy. Neon greens, shimmering pinks, deep blues and strong oranges function alternately as abstract subjects and animated backdrops that make even her most poised still lives infectiously kinetic.

The Inca Empire (Quechua: Tawantinsuyu), also known as the Incan Empire, was the largest empire inpre-Columbian America. From 1438 to 1533, the Incas used methods including conquest and peaceful assimilation, to incorporate a large portion of western South America, centered on the Andean mountain ranges. At its largest, the empire joined Peru, larges parts of modern Ecuador, western and south central Bolivia, northwest Argentina, north and central Chile and a small part of southern Colombia into a state comparable to the historical empires of Eurasia

 

  • PACHAMAMA AMÉRINDIENNE / 2016 - 2017 / The Pachamama in Latin America is our Mother Earth, our sacred nature. She brings abundance and fertility to our ancestral cultures. With this serie I pay tribute to my mother's ancestors, the "Caciques Motato" in Buga, Colombia. Honor to our traditions, our roots, our customs so sacred.

 

  • ZUPCA MALKA / Sacred Temples / 2010 - 2017 - Zupca Malka: Quechua term meaning sacred temples of Latin America. Rescuing trough my Art Work, with Aerial perspective, our legacy and cultural heritage. full of history..

 

  • URBAN CITIES / 2009 - 2010 / CONCRETE BLOCKS are influencing people in big cities, away from Nature, away from country landscapes. Impressions during my artistics travels

 

  • LA FRANCE DE LUNA ROSA / 2004 - 2008./ Atelier in the medieval village GORBIO - FRENCH RIVIERA . Tropical Magic with Mosaïcs of light influenced by the Mediterranean Ocean and the Province, the colors , the shining of the light in the south of France

 

  • EMOTIONS / 2004 - 2009./ Tropical series. RED means TROPIC & LIFE - PASSION - NOSTALGIA as a Foreing - Frustration away from family and her country. France - Monaco.

Luna Rosa's Serie ZUPCA MALKA - 2010 2017

My cultural legacy, My ancestors my Amerindian origins, sacred temples in collective geometry

 

Luna Rosa's Serie URBAN CITIES - 2009 2010

Exhibition Agora Gallery & Visiting NY / Exhibitions Portland, Maine / Impressions - influence concrete blocks in the human being

 

Luna Rosa's SERIES - EMOTIONS 2004-2008

Tropical series. RED means TROPIC & LIFE - PASSION - NOSTALGIA as a Foreing in Europe -

Frustration away from family and my country.

French Riviera / FRANCE

LA FRANCE de LUNA ROSA - 2004 2008

- Atelier in the Franch Riviera - The beginning:of Exhibitions:

/ Monaco - Beausoleil - RCM - Gorbio - Nice Menton - St Caradec

Série La Provence de Luna Rosa

Série la Bretagne

Série GORBIO