Autumn colors abstract melancholic still life by painter KLOSKA


Series: Kafkian eternity with flowers at 7 pm series

Tehnique:  acrylic painting on canvas stretched over wooden chassis / professionally framed

Painting size:   60 x 80 cm ( 24″ x 32″ inches)

Year: signed  31 October 2019

Available for collection


This series of artworks refers to the metaphysical approach to space populated by a pot with flowers. In this near seen like a section of a personal temporal eternity the vegetative elements are transfigured into the metaphysical, transcendent .Thus, at the limit figuration, the immanent of the light became oneiric reflections and transparent. The flower shape became sphere, within which persist the traces of the pass, of the wear. The series title is not referring to the absurdity and anguish prosaic present in Kafka’s universe, but rather its starts from the idea of freezing of the personal physical time. This by a simple meditative exercising of pure contemplation of the close realities transformed by the passing of time. For Kloska, as a painter, the still life is a perfect excuse to create a vibrant game between the idea of the volatility and the perennial of the world that we perceive around us, and the essence of the human spirit: the conscience. His “flowers” are subtle expressions of a meta-reality.  There the viewer is invited to meditate, to exercise his spirit, to discover that energy, that for sure we all have it inside us, that resonates with the silence of the beginning of the beginning.