Saatchi Art Artist Maia S Oprea; Painting, "MEIRA I" #art #painting #acrylic www.maia-fine-art.com

Meira i

Saatchi Art Artist Maia S Oprea; Painting, "MEIRA I" #art #painting #acrylic www.maia-fine-art.com

Saatchi Art Artist Maia S Oprea; Painting, "A Dog's Topography III" #art The third in the series, "A Dog's Topography" describes an instance of the relation between humans and animals, between myself and my dog. There is no void. There is no fullness. But there is a new substance which composes itself and decomposes, being reducible to the inner image, whose form is strictly its realisation. Every time another one. With surrender, with omissions, with economy of forms.#painting #black #dog

A Dog's Topography III

Saatchi Art Artist Maia S Oprea; Painting, "A Dog's Topography III" #art The third in the series, "A Dog's Topography" describes an instance of the relation between humans and animals, between myself and my dog. There is no void. There is no fullness. But there is a new substance which composes itself and decomposes, being reducible to the inner image, whose form is strictly its realisation. Every time another one. With surrender, with omissions, with economy of forms.#painting #black #dog

illustrating "Berlin Poplars" by Anne Ragde, more on http://maiastefanaoprea.wordpress.com

Berlin Poplars

illustrating "Berlin Poplars" by Anne Ragde, more on http://maiastefanaoprea.wordpress.com

illustrating YOUTH - by J.M Coetzee, more on http://maiastefanaoprea.wordpress.com

YOUTH – by J.M Coetzee

illustrating YOUTH - by J.M Coetzee, more on http://maiastefanaoprea.wordpress.com

illustrating "Boyhood : Scenes From Provincial Life" - by J M Coetzee, more on http://maiastefanaoprea.wordpress.com

Boyhood : Scenes From Provincial Life – J M Coetzee

illustrating "Boyhood : Scenes From Provincial Life" - by J M Coetzee, more on http://maiastefanaoprea.wordpress.com

Mens Rea, In criminal law, mens rea -- the Latin term for "guilty mind"[1] -- is usually one of the necessary elements of a crime. The standard common law test of criminal liability is usually expressed in the Latin phrase, actus non facit reum nisi mens sit rea, which means that "the act does not make a person guilty unless the mind is also guilty"

Mens Rea, In criminal law, mens rea -- the Latin term for "guilty mind"[1] -- is usually one of the necessary elements of a crime. The standard common law test of criminal liability is usually expressed in the Latin phrase, actus non facit reum nisi mens sit rea, which means that "the act does not make a person guilty unless the mind is also guilty"

Dustography III, http://www.saatchiart.com/art/Painting-Dustography-III/43191/2360106/view

Dustography III

Dustography III, http://www.saatchiart.com/art/Painting-Dustography-III/43191/2360106/view

THINGS AND FIGURES - SKETCH - Maia Stefana Oprea, @saatchiart http://www.saatchiart.com/art/Painting-THINGS-AND-FIGURES-SKETCH/43191/2251301/view

Things and figures - sketch

THINGS AND FIGURES - SKETCH - Maia Stefana Oprea, @saatchiart http://www.saatchiart.com/art/Painting-THINGS-AND-FIGURES-SKETCH/43191/2251301/view

THINGS AND FIGURES, - Maia Stefana Oprea, acrylic on canvas, 2012 @saatchiart  http://www.saatchiart.com/art/Painting-THINGS-AND-FIGURES/43191/2251288/view

Things and figures

THINGS AND FIGURES, - Maia Stefana Oprea, acrylic on canvas, 2012 @saatchiart http://www.saatchiart.com/art/Painting-THINGS-AND-FIGURES/43191/2251288/view

Rupture XVI, oil and tempera on hardboard,“Perhaps it is enough to say (…) that loss, death and what deadens are too much with us, and that to feel the painting’s impression on our skin is finally to receive the tactile at the limits of the visual – a triumph for what lives on despite the odds.” (Judith Butler, Response to J.M.Bernstein, pag.62)  @saatchiart

Rupture XVI

Rupture XVI, oil and tempera on hardboard,“Perhaps it is enough to say (…) that loss, death and what deadens are too much with us, and that to feel the painting’s impression on our skin is finally to receive the tactile at the limits of the visual – a triumph for what lives on despite the odds.” (Judith Butler, Response to J.M.Bernstein, pag.62) @saatchiart

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