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Haftsamar Art Gallery July 2013 Group Painting Exhibition 02
Tehran

چرا کوچک زیباست ؟

" کارهای کوچک به این علت که فضایی محدود را در اختیار هنرمند می گذارند، او را از وسواس و فشار یک آفرینش بزرگ و مهم معاف کرده و در مقابل، فشردگی، سرزندگی و نیروی بیانی ویژه ای به اثر می بخشند. از سوی دیگر برخلاف اثر بزرگ که با پر کردن فضا و احاطه کردن بیننده او را متأثر می کند، اثر کوچک؛ خود را از نگاه های ناخواسته پنهان می کند و گاه تنها با چشمکی کوچک بیننده کنجکاو را از دور دعوت می کنند تا با دقت و احتیاط به آن نزدیک شده و با این کاهش فاصله، رابطه صمیمانه تری با آن ایجاد کند..." 

( از متن نمایشگاه « کوچک زیباست »- ثمیلا امیرابراهیمی - زمستان 1385)

در نمایشگاه حاضر بیش از 100 نقاشی با موضوعات مختلف از ده نقاش زن، برای اولین بار یکجا و در یک نمایشگاه گرد آمده است. دو وجه مشترک این آثار، اندازه کوچک و استفاده از تکنیک مدادرنگی در اکثر کارهاست. مجموعه آثار هر نقاش سبک و مضمونی متفاوت دارد و شخصییت مستقل و ذهنیت ویژه  او را نمایش میدهد. برخی کارها واقع‌گرا تر و برخی دیگر خیال انگیز‌تر، چشم انداز‌های متفاوتی در برابر بیننده می‌گشایند و به این ترتیب او را با طیفی از مشاهدات روزمره و تخیلات شگفت انگیز روبرو میکنند.

یلدا حاجی خانی ـ ثمیلا امیرابراهیمی

نمایشگاه " گروهی نقاشی " تیر 1392 گالری هفت ثمر  http://www.artin360.com/Haft%20samar.htm

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