Please join us at Avran for the April Art Walk! The gallery will have works on display by artist, Judit Csotsits, who will also be present to speak more about her work and stylistic influences. See you there!
“I have been an artist since childhood and continue to make art and design every day. I was born in Debrecen, Hungary and fell in love with the natural beauty of Southern California’s coast. I create my work using a complex process of paint pouring, layering, and brush strokes.
My paintings reflect my interest in nature and the creative/destructive forces present throughout the cosmos. The interaction of chemicals and the fluidity that creates an organic life form are the same processes of nature that carve out planets and continents. The paintings are a metaphor for Nature’s creative and destructive forces as well as my reflections on the beauty of planet earth from an aerial perspective and/ or a microscopic one. They can be waves, the movement of land masses, or the circulating of blood in an organism. The paintings also reflect fractal patterns, which are patterns left behind due to unpredictable natural processes. The branching of trees, the veins of a hand, water moving and twisting through canals and riverbeds are a few examples.
In my art, I am interested in exploring the intersection between art, science, and spirituality.”