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KADER (Canada) VERONIKAH (Canada)

GALERIE GORA  279 Sherbrooke Ouest/West, #205  Montréal
Métro Place-des-arts, sortie/exit Bleury
Tél: (514) 879-9694 Fax: (514) 879-0164  art@gallerygora.com http://www.gallerygora.com/
Heures d'ouverture: lun-ven 10h-17h Hours: Mon-Fri, 10am-5pm

The collective theme of the artist’s work revolves around the intricate workings of the human body and the effect of physical pain on the spirit and soul. Kader uses her art as a liberating and therapeutic arena where science and abstract creative ideas converge to offer the viewer a bold new vision of the inner life of the body. Living with the painful and visible manifestations of rare and little understood physical ailments known as Madelung's Deformity and Leri-Weill dyschondrosteosis, Kader has struggled to come to terms with her own physicality and its role in how she understands herself and her relationship with the world around her. The condition has challenged her to explore the relationship between the interior and exterior workings of the human body. Her work is a collection of abstract paintings and figurative drawings of the body at a cellular level.
VéroniKaH invests her paintings with all of her passions, and creates stirring images of sublime transformation. Metamorphosis at its most powerful is a major theme in her work, which bears a consistently fluid feel, as images appear to melt visually into a mixture of water and light, as if returning to their primal origins. VéroniKaH is always researching new techniques to bring forth her vision and she uses a variety of media, including liquid stained glass and lead thread, as well as a selection of objects that she affixes to her canvases to create her abstracts, floral portraiture, nudes and collages. As a self-taught artist, VéroniKaH was originally drawn to the freedom of abstract painting, and she says her work is still a poetic reflection of her personal life. She uses colors like a spiritual sculptor, carving out the dynamic processes of her emotional life on the canvas. And the canvas is where the metamorphosis ultimately occurs: not only for her as an artist in the act of creation, but also for the viewer who takes in her stunning colors and evocative forms.

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