Gabriela Krasova: geometric abstraction and much more

Gabriela Krasova: geometric abstraction and much more
Isabel del Rio

Gabriela Krasova comes from the heart of Europe with his colorful works, beyond the Abstract art. Now, it’s not the canvas, neither the pigment nor the brush… it’s the space, the light and, in the end, the time what are protagonists.

Gabriela Krasova

Gabriela Krasova

She is constantly experimenting with modern technology to produce unique visual effects. Surrounding effects to the eye, full of pure shapes which seem to move, to be born and developing, to be alive. Then, viewers are involved in the work, impressed in front of buoyant stains jumping out of the frame. Academicism (how I hate this word!) has no sense here because Gabriela is looking for something new, something decorative (she has experimenting with clothes and interior design) but something to move the viewer to infinite worlds, happy worlds where everything is possible.

Gabriela Krasová’s suggestive works are positive because her feelings are generous, she is trying to dialogue with people, it’s a feedback without end. You look the picture and you see one figure, maybe a snail, you look again and you see another thing, maybe more abstract, maybe a whirl that leads you into the depths of the Earth or to infinite skies, smooth and full of butterflies.

Statism is outside her work, everything moves as our lives, as our thoughts, as our feelings, as the heart of an old continent, full of tired roots and ancient dreams which are awaking and looking for new ways of artistic expression.

Op art started in 1964 as a derivation of geometric abstraction. Afterwards, it came kinetic art and cybernetic art… very many empty adjectives because Gabriela Krasová’s works are not reduced to an adjective, they are a complete sentence, paragraph and text. The text you want to write while her imaginative works, full of different possibilities, full of life.

Gabriela Krasova

Gabriela Krasova


Gabriela Krasova is from Slovakia. She started creating as a small child and she attended basic artist school of academic artist Daniel Fischer. He chose her from many novices and he showed her what´s way to art.

She did creating fashion later and now she is charmed with modern technology and begun to do digital painting. She has discovered a world of colours and forms in PC, a lot of alternatives to realize her ideas, also in design of textile, clothing industry, interior and exterior design etc.


Gabriela Krasova

Gabriela Krasova

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