Darlean Morris lives and works
in St. Marys Ontario Canada. She has a Bachelor at thea McMaster University,
a Bachelor of Educational Administrator at the University of Toronto. She
has a Ph.D. Educational and Arts Administration at the University of Southern
Mississippi. She opened hers Studio in St. Marys in 2005. She takes part
to many group exhibitions and solo exhibition in Canada in USA and in Europe.
There is consonance with the work
of Dino Brombo and Francesca Donadio. From the formal point of view the result
is complementary and the two paintings are perfectly interpenetrated.
The cromatic effect he obtains
with this work is very enjoyable. However colour is not as refined as the
works of Brombo e Donadio. This partially penalizes the painting reading
that becomes simple, reducing to the content expression.
This passion storm is effectively
a storm. The stroke is disorganized and broken. Reference to natural signs
seems to recall the explosion the fire the lava eruption. The harmony
is denied for the pure irrationalistic drive with no control. If this drive
passes the sense of passion it does not carry of any aethical value but the
one of passion itself and this could confuse the object of that passion.
The idea is completely interiorized
and makes this work tipically intimate.