Painting from Dialogue with Rosa Brooklyn 2019OCT22, DP Serire, Acrylic on paper, 34.5 x 59 in, 2019.

Painting from Dialogue with Hannah North Salem ND 20210530, DP Series, Acrylic on paper, 32 x 52 in, 2021.

Painting from Dialogue with Barbara ND 2020Sep01, DP Series, Acrylic on paper, 32 x 54 in, 2020.

Painting from Dialogue with Chandra ND 2020May07, DP Series, Acrylic on paper, 34.5 x 59 in, 2020.

Painting from Dialogue with Sandy ND 2020Apr05, DP Series, Acrylic on paper, 34.5 x 59.5 in, 2020.

Painting from Dialogue with Luzia ND 2020Feb12, DP Series, Acrylic on paper, 34.5 x 59.5 in, 2020.

Painting from Dialogue with Libby Brooklyn 2019Nov20, DP Series, Acrylic on paper, 34.5 x 59 in, 2019.

Painting from Dialogue with Bob ND 2019Nov10, DP Series, Acrylic on paper, 34.5 x 59 in, 2019.

Painting from Dialogue with Anita ND 2019Nov04, DP Series, Acrylic on paper, 34.5 x 59 in, 2019.

Painting from Dialogue with Delfina Brooklyn 2019Oct15, DP Series, Acrylic on paper, 34.5 x 59 in, 2019.

Painting from Dialogue with Carin Brooklyn 2019Sep17, DP Series, Acrylic on paper, 34.5 x 59 in, 2019.

Painting from Dialogue with Susan Brooklyn 2019Sep16, DP Series, Acrylic on paper, 34.5 x 59 in, 2020.

Painting from Dialogue 2 with Jan Brooklyn 2019Sep05, DP Series, Acrylic on paper, 34.5 x 59 in, 2019.

Painting from Dialogue with Lauriane Brooklyn 2019Aug21, DP Series, Acrylic on paper, 34.7 x 59.5 in, 2019.

Painting from Dialogue with Beth Brooklyn 2019Feb13, DP Series, Acrylic on paper, 34.7 x 59.5 in, 2019.

Painting from Dialogue with Helena Brooklyn 2019Oct01, DP Series, Acrylic on paper, 34.5 x 59.5 in, 2019.

Painting from Dialogue with Jan Brooklyn 2019Aug06, DP Series, Acrylic on paper, 34.5 x 59 in, 2019.

DIALOGICAL PAINTINGS are compositions with paint and brush on paper, resulting from experiences of communication and visual expression through projections, shared with guests. Those experiences are called DIALOGICAL EXPERIENCES.
The presence of the “other” not only is inspiring, but increases detachment in the act of painting and dissolves blocks from judgement. The creative impulse then flows naturally and freely.
“The self is constituted, organized, presented by aesthetic phenomena”. (Gilberto Safra).
“It is the recognition of the other that confirms us that we exist and that we are (more or less) the same throughout life, as people close to us continue to give us back our identity”. (Maria Rita Kehl).
Dialogical Paintings constitute a search for identity, for self-knowledge. It also comes from the desire to share and reciprocate.

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