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Young Ladies

Camelia makes exclusive use of primary colors and their complementary. The light-dark shades are completely absent, while brightness is obtained by juxtaposition of complementary colors.
The use of gold, jewels and precious stones in the paintings of Camelia increases the artistic value of the pictures realizing an amazing brightness of the colour. The brilliancy of infinite reflections is a consequence of a refined culture of beauty.
Characteristic is the flatness of the pictures, in which the background appears to be at the same level as the women. Her eyes are staring at you, her smile is just alluded. The portrait is stylized, with the accent on the black contour lines.
In this paintings, as in all Camelia Apostol's works, prevail the emotional and evocative power of the colours.
A charming style of painting that gives us back the life as a game, in the gleam of the jewels, the fascination of enigmatic glances from under beautiful elegant hats.

  

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Irene

The dreaming eyes of the "magic woman" reveal the burning pointless passion of a truth-seeker intelligently doubting about world´s capacity to understand her desires, and somehow disdainfully and hopefully challanges the observer to prove the reverse.


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Kate

One of the most valuable qualities of this work of art is the simplicity combined with the innate class, both expressed in a such sublime manner, that makes you dream... magic moment!


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Chris

This painting is the expression of deep feelings perceptible through the model's very expressive face.
This work of art has a message to be discovered, each one of Camelia's paintings is a part of her soul.


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Debra - The World in a Pocket

Camelia imagined a timid "Eve" who leaves behind fears and certainties, to venture into the Lost Paradise of the 21th century.


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