Khaula bin Buti

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Since before the moment she studied Art, she has been always influenced by the abstract artists Mondrian and Kandinsky in particular. Her eyes always see the pure abstract shape within any given real life object. Thus, Khaula’s paintings can be described as abstract with semi geometric style with mostly very vivid contrast colors. Her paintings are doors to her inner feelings which she has experienced during her last trip to central Europe – Austria and Switzerland -, where she was touched by the beauty of nature while hiking. The recent collection - throughout the last 3 years - has been following the same pattern, where most of her paintings’ compositions are scenery views in Switzerland. She utilized their environment to express what she felt towards it in creating a unique mix of harmonious shapes, colors, semi geometric objects and compositions. Her goal was to reach harmony between all the visual elements, since she wants to convey an ultimate message of pure enjoyment by evoking your own imagination. She wants the viewer to enjoy and to sense the beauty without knowing what the real element is behind. This is the similar feelings that was awakened when seeing the environment and the nature surroundings, which to her was the ultimate paradise. The message of her abstract collection is that people witness delectation feelings – a bit closer feeling of what she experienced - mixed with their own imagination of what can they understand by viewing Abstraction. She wants them for a moment to enjoy and to be isolated from life concerns and constrains. In her opinion, art isn’t just copying the reality but it is the artist’s own point of view of it.

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