Feb. 01, 2019. I initially apply form to the fabric in the same way I would create a sculpture and then I let particular prime in contrast with watering Indian ink arrange themselves trough the nature of gravity, the erosion, the vibrations within the waves of the canvas. Dew drops… about my sculpture-ink approach. I work with a self made medium that behaves like oil on the canvas but with a controlled drying time-frame. This particular prime in contrast with ink enables it to flow at a certain velocity that, depending on the speed and height of the folded canvas…Read more
Yellow Italy (Venice), Spring 2019. Painting, Ink and acrylics on canvas. Size: 430 W x 160 H cm. © 2019 Florencia San Martin Brück/Artists Rights Society (ARS).
Tension One. Italy (Venice), Spring 2019. Ink on canvas. Size: 202 W x 363 H cm. © 2019 Florencia San Martin Brück/Artists Rights Society (ARS). NFT https://superrare.com/artwork-v2/tension-1-34249
BRIDGE, CHORUS, VERSE, REFRAIN, ELISION, OUTRO, Italy, winter 2019. Chinese ink on canvas. Size: 63 x 93 cm
Camporsevoli 02, Italy, summer 2018. Painting, Ink and acrylics on canvas. Size: 300 W x 210 H cm. © 2018 Florencia San Martin Brück/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.
Camporsevoli 01, Italy, summer 2018. Painting, Ink and acrylics on canvas. Size: 300 W x 160 H cm. © 2018 Florencia San Martin Brück/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.
Florencia Bruck creates her paintings using oil on canvas; she works with rubber brushes to remove paint creating multiple layers of different densities that are then lit from behind by custom LED structures. Illuminating the total surface is easy but she goes a step forward and illuminates only certain areas that allow the rich, deep colors of each layer to come alive and mesmerize the viewer. The light is controlled by a remote dimmer and the observer can adjust the intensity to his/her liking, creating a unique collaborative experience between the artist, the painting, the light and the viewer. The…Read more
Barolo. Buenos Aires, summer 2014. Painting, Oil on canvas, Size: 59 H x 59 W in (150 H x 150 W cm). © 2014 Florencia San Martin Brück/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York I went to a private party at “Palacio Barolo”, the building energy and its history got in me and from that night the inspiration of my painting “Barolo”. History Italian architect Mario Palanti was commissioned to design the building by the empresario Luis Barolo, an Italian immigrant who had arrived in Argentina in 1890 and had made a fortune in knitted fabrics. The Palacio Barolo was designed in…Read more