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DutyGorn’s portraits instantly capture the viewer’s attention to transport him or her into their own vibrant dimension of color and flashes of light, of vital energy flowing from the canvas.
The artist’s style, recognizable by its decisive color combinations, the nullification of the contours of the figures in the background field and expertly set close-up shots, is striking for the underlying quest for formal perfection and for the overall balance that characterizes the works, in which each subject depicted seems destined to be transformed into a revelation of ideal beauty.
Future wise acrylic on canvas 70×100 cm
In his paintingsladenwith passion color statementsseek tocapture the precision
of a line that accumulates
the many expressions
of a muse.
The female figure, the true protagonist of DutyGorn’s portraits, presents herself to the viewer in an imagined transfiguration that is utopia, memory, aspiration.
To achieve this, DutyGorn cancels distances and breaks down the boundaries between different elements, deconstructs the dimensions of the composition, and reconfigures the nature of a face to come ever closer to its archetypal perfection.
It is the gesture of the artist, who highlights and erases, overlaps and fractionates the different planes of reality, based on his own creativity and the inspiration of the moment.
Bright blue acrylic and markers on canvas 100×150 cm
The shadows seem to chase the line
which draws the gaze enhancing
Hyde park acrylic on canvas 50×70 cm
Fletting moments acrylic on canvas 100×150 cm
Gently dancing in the wind acrylic on canvas 150×100 cm
Through other’s eyes acrylic on canvas 150×100 cm
Thinking hand acrylic on canvas 72x92cm
Souls in the hands acrylic on canvas 70×100 cm
The colors of our souls reflect our thoughts
acrylic on canvas 72×92 cm 2016
Pop-OptiKaL acrylic on canvas 40×50 cm
Highlights and erases, overlaps and fractionates different planes of reality
With references to graffiti art and to the Movements that have marked the history of twentieth-century art, first and foremost the Pop movement, DutyGorn deposits on the surface sure brushstrokes of acrylic or tempera colors, transfiguring the subject and estranging it from spatiotemporal references, until it becomes a modern, secular icon, silently standing before us with an algid, magnetic and almost shameless gaze.
Trice acrylic and tempera on canvas 70×100 cm
Kate acrylic and tempera on canvas 70×100 cm 2003
Looking up acrylic and tempera on canvas 70×100 cm
Untitled acrylic and tempera on canvas 70×100 cm
Sensual love acrylic and tempera on canvas 170×270 cm