BARCELONA, 1971 Tatiana Blanqué

It questions what trees hide in an exercise that seeks to go beyond appearances to capture the essentiality of reality.

It perfectly captures the environment of the wooded areas, which makes us admire the value of beauty and the virtue of balance.

THE ARTISTIC FOREST OF TATIANA BLANQUÉ

by Josep M. Cadena

Tatiana Blanqué leaves behind the deafening noise of the city that does not grant any respite for the necessary reflection that can give us the answers to the many questions we ask ourselves and delves into the oases of peace of the natural landscapes where the rumor of the leaves it does not interfere but rocks the deepest thoughts.

The trees extend the umbrella of their branches to shelter us from the many inclemencies that haunt us, and the verticality of their trunks remind us that our origins go deep into the earth but that our longings look lacking towards the sky. The barks often have cuts that are like the wounds that attack the skin and deeper inside, but eventually the ointment will be repaired. The greens, the golds and the whites indicate the passing of the seasons and the continuous restart of the cycle.

The painter wonders about what trees hide in an exercise that seeks to go beyond appearances to capture the essentiality of reality. Their fabrics show treetops that articulate in magnificent architectural domes and leaves that are formed around stems that develop perfect symmetries, and invite you to meditate on the logic behind all this. Nature, which offers a greater authenticity than civilization that is the work of human beings, is the ideal space to get rid of superficiality and concentrate on transcendentality.

Tatiana Blanqué, by means of some serious and delicate works, executed with full control of the stroke and the colorist composition, perfectly captures the environment of the wooded areas, from which she makes us admire the value of beauty and the virtue of balance.

Exhibitions

TATIANA BLANQUÉ

“WHAT THE TREES HIDE”