"Woman in Waiting 2005 50x38 Huge"
Original Painting : Oil on Canvas
Size : 48x36 in | 122x91 cm
Framed : 50x37.5 in | 127x95 cmREDUCED
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Framed - Large Oil on Canvas $9,995
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Hand SignedLower Right
Condition Other - The painting was in a house that experienced a fire in 2015; it does not smell, but there is still some spots on back. it needs to be cleaned professionally.
Framed without GlassBlack Wood Around Canvas
Purchased fromArtist 2005
Provenance / History
Certificate of AuthenticityArt Brokerage
Costel Iarca - Romania
Art Brokerage: Costel Iarca Romanian Artist: A native of Romania, I studied painting and sculpture at The School of Popular Arts prior to pursuing a degree from The University of Theology. Before coming to the USA, I taught Religion and History to elementary school children. From my hard-working middle-class Romanian family, I learned human dignity and persistence. I am driven to create powerful paintings. Because I believe in the life of spirit, my art comes from my soul, my inspiration from the world. I use much blue, not only for the sky and sea, but for the soul’s striving toward the infinite. Color reflects the soul’s beauty though it is circumscribed by the body. My emotions fuel the squares, curves, and textures of my canvases. The radical energy of my colors reminds me simultaneously of life and death. Both are our destiny. He pull my ideas from day-to-day life. Because I experience strong emotions while painting, I express them in strange shapes and brilliant vibrant colors. Sometimes I experience elation nervousness and anxiety when my dreams seem to vanish into thin air. Yet, the tornadoes of life cannot kill my spirit. I believe in myself; I believe in my work. I believe in the potential of each new day. Knowing about difficult lives of other masters drives me to paint with passion. I love the work of those who have gone before me, especially Picasso, Leger, Klee, Van Gogh, Matisse, and Giacometti. Because I constantly attempt not only to integrate but to transcend their learning,