Music becomes more accurate. In this, the very serious and speechless singing of the giants becomes noticeable and the giants slowly approach the limelight. From left to right, vague, red, that resemble birds a little quickly fly by. (KANDINSKY, 1991, p.146)
Aesthetics travels through imaginary worlds and opens paths leading the observer its arms. When embarking on these trails, consciousness also crosses spaces through the universe of colors and shapes. And the intellect sails through these seas, reinventing itself every moment, allowing the spirit, the sensations of pleasure and rapture. The fruit that is harvested from Art is the delight and the possibility of strolling through different immensities, glimpsing the beings that inhabit them.
It is possible to rest the gaze on these universes or to make their characters materialize in the real world, from a journey through charm, at the El Greco Museum. The Fodele Cultural Association “Domenikos Theotokopoulos” opens the summer events of the "Fodele Cultural Festival", dedicated to El Greco, at the El Greco Museum, in Greece, with an exhibition of works by students from the Warsaw-Higher School of Art in Warsaw. The event promotes students' creativity and talents, including the School's theses with various themes.
The students' creative spirit is the result of a different way of teaching by the Warsaw-Higher School of Art in Warsaw, that leads to an exploration of the creative side, leading students to artistic maturity broadly, allowing them to develop their own style. The study plan combines FX make up with scenography and multimedia, linking vocational to artistic aspects. The method was developed by Agata and Robert Manowski. Among the activities there are theatrical makeup techniques with clothes and full costumes, including hats, shoes and jewelry. Even the diplomas are handmade, sculpted or woven by the students themselves, closing creativity circle. The integration to a professional environment is completed with the participation of students from the School of Arts with their works in national and international events such as the 58th. Venice Biennale that featured the famous polish artist Pawel Althamer with a project by Agata Manowska, the Creative Director. The Exhibition that happens now at the El Greco Museum is among the important events of the Warsaw Sschool of Arts.
Among the images, there are the advertising posters by Paulina Ledzion (Figures 1, 2 and 3) that promote the idea of train travel. The scenes include Architectural landscapes, graphic forms and silhouettes. The elements appear to be integrated and their forms are classic and light. From the makeup project by Godziemba-Trytek (Fig. 4) a serene and harmonious female face emerges, covered by a blue veil, she seems to take shape, she observes the melancholic world. Her makeup technique is theatrical and has a strong connection with Art. For Weronika Olczyk (Fig. 5), the original FX makeup technique, allowed the human body to transform itself into a new creative material, the Living Statue. Their beings seem to move slowly in a loving gesture, in a gentle embrace.
As if opening a window to the world, the works can be visited at the El Greco Museum, in Greece, during this summer, together with the works of the exhibition Conversations with the Cultures of the World.
For the observer, it will be possible to go through the personal artistic narratives of the Polish artists Daria Herbut, Paulina Ledzion, Michał Lasota, Magdalena Latosiewicz, Paula Jakubiak, Klara Kwapisz, Anna Wojciechowska, Weronika Olczyk Dom, Godziemba-Trytek, Weronika Zielińska. The exhibition will be at the El Greco Museum, in Fodele, and will be open to the public (free admission) from 15 to 30 August 2020, from 9 hours in the morning until 7 of the night.
It is possible to allow the soul to travel through these dimensions. It is only necessary to allow the gaze to be enchanted and to undertake its imaginary flight through the endless fields of Art and the images that the creative mind has built. Allow this walk inside.
- KANDINSKY. Olhar sobre o Passado. São Paulo: Ed. Martins Fontes, 1991.