Rita Galambos

designer, graphic-designer, painter

Rita Galambos designer, graphic-design, painter freischaffende Künstlerin Malerin Designerin Painter Designer hungarian Artist

Artist Statement

My paintings- my works

 

 

 

      I would place my art between realism and impressionism, since the realistic art sets too many boundaries, it does not provide enough space so I just use it as a guide. I would like to convey the feelings and spirit I have experienced on my journeys giving me the opportunity of artistic freedom and the viewers the opportunity to use their phantasy. My acrylic paintings show the feelings which I experience while I am working on them. Sometimes there are smooth lines and light pastel colours other times I use a rough paintbrush or a painting knife or even a plastic card which gives those arts a more interesting texture. I prefer to paint the nature such as the mirroring effect in the water and blossoming trees or a smaller village/ town. There are also times when I paint mysterious big cities and organic forms as I see them...

 


Rita Galambos Hungarian Artist Designer Painter Feldkirch Vorarlberg Austria Dekoration painting

Rita Galambos between sky and earth 2017 Hungary Artist Painter

Gallery says.....

Born in Hungary, Rita Galambos studied graphic design at the School of Art in Szombathely and the University of West Hungary, Sopron. Her paintings alternate between abstract and figurative, a necessity, she says, given the way “realistic art sets too many boundaries.” Though the approaches are different, Galambos’ body of work is nearly always bound by water, which she sees as a conduit for her own emotions. “I try to be very smooth and ethereal with my art,” Galambos says. “I also try to paint fast to ensure my current feelings are captured in the painting.”

This channeling of emotion can, at times, lead to a more textured approach that Galambos achieves with the use of thick brushes, painting knives, and plastic cards. These pieces diverge in feeling from the calm pastel waterfronts, sailboats, and trees that typically fill her work, yet there’s a sense that they reflect the same world from a different view. Human nature, she advises, can be seen “through different streams of color.” 


Rita Galambos lives and works in Feldkirch, Austria.

Rita Galambos Agora Gallery New York Dekoration Painter Hungarian Artist Austria Vorarlberg Feldkirch