Art is a constant learning. This can be observed in the course of the artist Dinorah Rosencrantz that, after a learning period in the Paulista School of Fine Arts, where he got used to the knowledge of classical art, will now be defined as a modern artist imprint, seeking closer visual solutions we, within a criterion of contemporary.
The figures Dinorah – often domestic fauna seek harmony Round, da bitch, geometrizando, and, the space of its design, on the one hand, while strong colors bring strong emotions to our retina.
The screen background of the problem has been resolved, now, modern way. No more academic concern to draw a window for prospect, but to create within the framework of a two-dimensional space always true.
This tendency to Dinorah to the curvature is to say for the round, reminds us of the criteria that phenomenology, so well described by Gaston Bachelar, in his book "La Poetique of Léspace". Van Gogh wrote: "Life is probably round". In turn, Jaspers em sua obra "From the truth", judgment: "Every life seems in itself round" (Every being seems in itself round).
The work of Dinorah reveals that intimate condition of the: being is round.
Deceive themselves, since, those who can see in his work only birds, fish, macaws or rounded dogs, geometrically arranged, Spherical lines with interpretations. There is an immanent discussion about the be, despite the simplicity of its simple ideas.
Jules Michelet, in his book "L'oiseau" says: The bird almost spherical is certainly the pinnacle, sublime and divine, concentration of living.
Dinorah Rosencrantz, just make sure that truth, because their birds, their fish, the characters of his imagination only find harmony when rounding, when they become spatial poetry that live concentration unit, this excess concentracionismo marking the individuality of the, making it spherical because true.
President of the Brazilian Association of Art Critics (ABCA).
Where did you born? And what is your academic training?
I am Paulista, From São Paulo, since childhood had attracted to painting under the influence of my grandfather, it was very good architect and watercolorist.
I graduated from Paulista School of Fine Arts (the time was not yet college).
I worked as a decorator and landscape, for many years… The painting was just leisure…
How and when you give your first contact with the Arts?
It was in the early 80 I spent studying art history and modern painting with Ernestina Karman and went from classical to contemporary artist.
What are your main influences?
Eagerly seeking its own language, inspired by nature exuberant Brazilian, I found myself in our wonderful and diverse wildlife!
What is your creative process itself? What inspires you?
The creative process summarizes the design stage… It is when it comes irrepressible inspiration: I have to put on paper my ideas! but passes! And run the risk of losing them… Produce much in these times, then just move on to the screens and have fun coloring… I focus on each part and sometimes surprise myself when I walk away to see all!
It is pure pleasure…
When you started effectively to produce or create your works?
I made my first individual in 1984 Life in the Blue Gallery in av. Rebolledo in São Paulo / SP.
At the time the art critic Alberto Beuttenmüller wrote: Dinorah search in their figures harmony Round, da bitch, so geometrizando space of your design, on the one hand, while strong colors bring strong emotions to our retina.
The exhibition was a success! And not stopped… invitations to exhibit in galleries here and abroad… awards at international exhibitions… individual in the Pinacoteca de São Paulo. Projects in Sweden, Italy USA, Paris!
Always kept me in my style, but I know that there has been progress in my work…
Art is an intellectual production exquisite, where emotions are embedded in the context of creation, but in art history, we see that many artists are derived from other, following technical and artistic movements through time, you own any model or influence of any artist? Who would be?
I did not suffer any influence. As a child I drew… stressing me of other… I was encouraged by my grandfather gave me watercolor… later in the gym I had a drawing teacher who chose some students with gift… to teach oil painting after school… always free or copy objects (natureza morta)…
In Fine Arts I studied all without prominent media for any artist… I graduated academic as it did at the time… I just find my own artistic language in the atelier of Ernestina Karman… but my job has nothing to do with it being abstract…
What does art mean to you? If you were to summarize in a few words the meaning of Arts in your life…
Art is my life! my happiness, my realization… gift that God has given me through the beauty bring pleasure to people and make them better, even for a moment.
That's why we must acquire them, take home and admire them daily, when the work pleases!
What techniques do you use to express their ideas, feelings and perceptions about the world? (Whether it is through painting, sculpture, drawing, collage, photography… or uses several techniques in order to make a mix of different art forms).
In paintings, technique: oil on canvas.
There was a time when after doing a course in sculpture with Antonio Santos Lopes dedicated myself to this art, with good results: Even receive honors!
Elaborated terracotta… Sent to salons, you are winning, sent melt bronze.
Its major national and international exhibitions and their awards?
Selected Group Exhibitions:
2005 - "Art Nature Animals Show" Champerret - Paris França;
2005 - "Louvre Carrousell Living" - The Sale Our - Paris França;
2005 - "Salon of Independents" - Champerret - Paris França;
2005 - "MCA Salon Azur Cannes" - Maritime Station On Croisett Canes;
2005 - "Autumn Salon" - Paris França;
2005 - Exhibition Gallery Thuillier - Paris França;
2006 - VII - Exhibition of Arts Brazil-Uruguay - Conrad Resort - Uruguay;
2006 - "Emotions of Manly Force" - Gallery Vila Uber - São Paulo-SP;
2006 - VIII Exhibition of Arts Brazil-Uruguay - Latin America Memorial - Sao Paulo;
2006 - Brazilian Academy Art Exhibition, Culture and History - Department of Culture - Casa da Fazenda - São Paulo;
2007 - Exhibition "Women in the autumn" - Area-Artis Gallery - São Paulo-SP;
2007 - IV National Exhibition of Fine Arts - Latin America Memorial - Sao Paulo;
2008 - Army History Museum - Forte Copacabana - A.L.A. Rio de Janeiro;
2009 - V National Exhibition of Fine Arts - Latin American Memorial - Sao Paulo;
2009 – Exibition Ward Nasse Gallery – Soho – New York – EEUU;
2009 - "50 years of Brasilia" - the Latin American Memorial - Sao Paulo;
2010 - "Rhythm and Colors of Brazil" - Casa do Brasil - Madrid-Espanha;
2010 - "Inspiration and Feelings" - Florida Menezes Gallery - Buzios, Rio de Janeiro;
2015 – 93 anos da "Semana de Arte Moderna 22" - PontoArt Gallery – São Paulo;
2015 - IX National Fine Arts Exhibition - Jockey Club - São Paulo;
2015 - "Tides and Color II" - No Gallery 1 – Shopping 1 - Buzios - Rio de Janeiro;
2015 - I National Exhibition of Fine Arts - Baccarat Cultural Center - São Paulo;
Your plans for the future?
While I live will produce, although it is not easy to sell, gallery owners and marchants also have their difficulties, selling out is a solution.
educated people value art more, I hope that our country will get there! We begin to politicize, we will vote more aware, improving education, our work will be recognized and appreciated by a larger number of people.