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Jaqnuary 20th 2014

Croatian Media writes about Renata's paintings @ Grand Opening of Klein Sun Gallery

 

KLEIN SUN GALLERY

525 West 22nd Street, Chelsea, New York  -  tel (212) 255-4388



 

http://www.buro247.hr/kultura/umjetnost/radovi-renate-por-i-uz-bok-svjetskim-umjetnicima.html

 

http://www.antenazagreb.hr/zabava/hrvatska-umjetnica-u-zaristu-svjetske-umjetnicke-scene/n12065/

 

http://she.hr/hrvatska-slikarica-renata-sporcic-na-izlozbi-u-new-yorku/

 

http://www.urbancult.hr/20249.aspx



 

 

Jaqnuary 8th 2014

Renata's paintings @ Grand Opening of Klein Sun Gallery



My paintings will be presented at the Gala opening of Klein Sun Gallery in New York on Thursday, the 9th of January from 6-9PM at 525 West 22nd Street from 6-9PM.

 

Dear friends living in New York please feel invited to attend, and beside checking featured Li Hongbo's beautiful flexible paper sculptures, give me support and see me and my paintings in person.



 

 

December 4th 2013

Two new works completed



Last three months delivered 2 new works after 7 days a week, 12-16 hours days painting and working in the studio.

 

"Aquasphere" as my farewell to Summer 2013 and "AutmnMeAmore" as welcome to this season's Fall season. The next piece is on the way. 

 



 

 



 

 

​December 6th 2013

"Oriental Revivalism" by Donat Plenter


Please find below my review of your art for use as you please, for personal or business purposes. Your art is magnificent!

 

Renata Sporcic has discovered in herself a veritable tsunami of talent as evidenced by her work. It is a raw talent for interpreting and expressing our humanity that cannot be learned, emulated or imbued through time or experience. It is either within a soul or it is not. I recently had the great pleasure of meeting the creator of this magnificent work, and was awed by the power and the explosion of her interpretive energy. I am not an artist, but a simple soul, inextricably moved by not only the artist herself, but by the energy in her studio. It was an experience which left me wondering about how much power exists in human expression.

 

To the great fortune of the world, Ms. Sporcic discovered her power and relented to its fire and demand to be unleashed. So, why is the work so moving? Like all great artists, they are almost maniacally sequestered to their studios, drawn to their medium of expression and become its catalyst-slave to an extent that they perhaps themselves cannot understand. I would say that Ms. Sporcic has created Oriental Revivalism and defined this expression not only through a medium but also by her choice of stylistic and subject matter expression. Her work is very complex and concurrently embodies a magnificent human history, a future through cultural revolution, fusion, hope and human desire. Yet, it also hints at cultural complexity and the emergence of women in such ancient, and tradition bound cultures. Her work draws out emotions of hope and release, but reminds us that change is slow to manifest from desire to social norm.

 

Further, it radiates elegant erotica alluding to our natural urges for love, compassion and physical expression, while simultaneously acknowledging the historic interpretation of women being chattel. Her work, "Sea Rover" brings these elements into obvious confluence. "Alter Ego" depicts the dreamy hope of the new souls of society, yet reminds us that old forces are still at play. "Makovnacha" brings us the bold determination of the Revivalist in our century, though in diametric opposition, "Looking to Love Me" gives us a gentle reminder that we are still bound and rooted in tradition - and freedom, though close, is not yet fully at hand.

 

In sum, Renata Sporcic, through Oriental Revivalism gives us the gift - through a single image - of our own complex history as individuals and as members of cultural structures. Chinese, Japanese, Vietnameese or Korean - Oriental in the broader sense and otherwise. The transcending power of her work is something that none of us, certainly not I, can escape.




March 1 2013

"Dream On Bonsai" is completed



The latest acrylic on wood from Bonsai series , "Dream On Bonsai", is completed. The painting  is 36 inches in diameter on ash plywood panel and it symbolizes patience of the ancient art of Bonsai.

Bonsai gives contemplation tothe viewer and the pleasant exercise of effort and ingenuity to the grower. Bonsai practice focuses on long-term cultivation and shaping small trees that mimic the shape and style of mature, full size trees in the nature. In Japan Bonsai is called "Living Art".





 

February 1 2013



Büro 24/7 covers Renata's debut at ELI KLEIN FINE ART



Büro 24/7 is an unique web portal that symbolizes the ultimate guide for "the best of the best" in the world of fashion, beauty, modern art, music, film, theatre, literature and social scene. The main characteristic of Büro 24/7 is the unique 'insider' perspective to the story presented .



Büro 24/7's recent issue covers Renata's debut at Eli Klein Fine Art gallery in New York.



The text is in Croatian and you can check it at 

http://buro247.hr/culture/Umjetnost/11519.html



 

January 28 2013

"Freedom's Love" is completed



The latest acrylic on wood from Geisha series , "Freedom's Love", is completed. The painting  is 18 x 24 inches on ash plywood panel and it symbolizes and personifies the effort to save dolphins from senseless slaughter.

"Freedom's Love" is inspired by the movie "The Cove", the Academy Award Winner for Best Documentary of 2009. "The Cove" follows an elite team of activists, filmmakers and freedivers as they embark on a covert mission to penetrate a remote and hidden cove in Taiji, Japan. The result is a provocative mix of investigative journalism, eco-adventure and arresting imagery, adding up to an unforgettable story that has inspired audiences worldwide to action.





 

January 14 2013

'Gloria' writes about the start of Renata's art career



Gloria is a Croatian women's magazine. With the circulation of 130,000 it is the best-selling weekly magazine in Croatia.





 

January 5 2013

Renata's debut at ELI KLEIN FINE ART gallery



Since January 5th, Renata's work "Bonsai Geisha" is displayed to public in ELI KLEIN FINE ART gallery at 462 West Broadway, Soho, NYC.

This is the very first time that Renata's art is on public display in a gallery and she is very proud to be presented among artists like Liu Bulin and Ziang Dali...



On the picture are Eli Klein and Renata.



You can check ELI KLEIN FINE ART at

http://ekfineart.com/



 

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