In these superb paintings objects are taken as a starting point for creativity, with the artist doing so much more with their forms than purely recreating them in an image. One of our most successful and popular Polish artists, Sabina Deptuch uses deceptively simple symmetries and shapes which make use of her fabulous grasp of pattern and geometry. The muted, pastel colours give the canvas a real warmth and each object is cast in an attractively soft light. Deptuch is not afraid to experiment with perspective; she happily stretches the windows and walls in order to fit her stylistic ideal. Buildings are often reduced to their core, fundamental shapes and given a joyful, playful atmosphere. These restrained, elegant works are perfect for a collector who appreciates inventiveness and feeling in their art.
The artist creates naïve, colourful still life paintings that show neat tables set for tea. A variety of shades of blue compliment each other on the canvass, lending to them a feeling of summery warmth. Extra colour and life are added by the inclusion of an array of sumptuous purples and gold. The mixture of rich and subtle palette combines to create a wonderful effect in all of these works. Pale interiors fade away like memories into the disperse light. The ashen colours emphasise the shape and form of the objects collected in tastefully rendered scenes. In other artworks patchwork landscapes are shown with minimalist forms and infused with glowing blushes of colour. Traditional painterly subjects are recreated in a unique and beautiful manner, highlighting the imagination and the ambition of this gifted painter. Sabina Deptuch is one of our growing collection of Eastern European artists and has gained our artist of the week award for her ability to recreate the feeling and mood of objects and places.