In that series of recent paintings, Shahla Dadsetan unleashes the power of color. Modulations of blue, green, gray and white gush on canvas by dispersing on monochrome backgrounds.
The painting seems crossed by a breath. It escapes to gravity, to the static and takes its “fledging”.
It floats, waves, dilates, folds and it emanates of the image the impression of foreseeing forms of the mirage. Mirages of flowers, stars, crystals, volutes unfolding on the surface of the canvas.
There is something baroque in this movement and this momentum which Shahla Dadsetan impress to painting. Her gesture is perceptible. You can follow the wake of the brush in the fluidity of color shades carefully measured, subtle and complex variations which, when they are tied, generate sources of light in which opens a depth.
The eye focuses on surfaces rich of layers uperposées extremely fine and delicate that trace sinuous lines, alternately concave and convex curves through which shines the substance of the universe in a painting revealing new evidence.
This painting process gives the canvas a moiré aspect and a particular vibration, even that of life.
To open painting in innumerable forms, that is the challenge for Shahla Dadsetan by this method of composition.