Magdalena Dominika – VERDURAS & FRUTAS – digital abstraction

Magdalena Dominika – Broccoli

Magdalena Dominika – Aglio

Magdalena Dominika – Carciofio

Magdalena Dominika – Funghi

Magdalena Dominika – Albicochce

Magdalena Dominika – Anacardio

Magdalena Dominika – Olive

Magdalena Dominika – Paprica

Magdalena Dominika – Fungo

Magdalena Dominika – Asparagi

Magdalena Dominika – VERDURAS & FRUTAS – digital abstraction

In the digital abstraction works of the series „Verduras y Frutas„, Magdalena Dominika combines hyperrealism with graphic manipulation. The artist creates unique compositions made of photos of everyday items and food products. Using digital abstraction, she transforms them into fanciful and abstract puzzles. One has to carefully look at her works to recognize the objects that make up the painting.

What is unique in this series is the creative use of everyday items. They are mainly vegetables and fruits – hence the name of the series – VERDURAS & FRUTAS. Magdalena Dominika combines them in such a way that it is difficult to read the components that make up the entire composition. Multiplications, reflections, repetitions, rhythmic volts. As a result of using digital abstraction, the compositions created by the artist resemble yantras, arabesques, meanders, grotesques and Arabic ornaments.

Abstract art

Magdalena’s works are not governed by the rules of realism. Despite the use of real objects in her paintings, her work is abstract. The deformation is so significant that it blurs the image of the prototypes. This is the artist’s goal – to break away from everyday life. Creating art from everyday life. It is, in a sense, conceptual art. The medium of this art is digital abstraction.

The author freely combines various fanciful elements. She uses stylization, simplification and multiplication of realistic forms or even geometric abstraction. Magdalena is a designer by education, and as a designer she is a master of alternating patterns. Her artistry is based on the fact that despite the systematic repetition, she can avoid monotony. We can see the main lines from a distance. Up close, we see more and more details of the photographed objects. We can even recognize abstract forms.

Dominika’s works exude order. Everything in perfect harmony. Each graphic follows its own rhythm. The key to reading patterns is geometry. The theme of nature that surrounds us. Such a juxtaposition allows the author to freely express universal, non-material, spiritual values. Magdalena’s works are a record of the code of life. It is a combination of a perfect abstract with nature. Apart from abstract geometry, symmetry and straight lines do not exist. In her works, Magdalena breaks this standard and uses digital abstraction to create images referring to the chaos theory. The ideal is only in our minds. Reality is a permanent deviation from the ideal.