Magdalena Sudnik

Painter Sculptor Magdalena Sudnik

Painter Sculptor Magdalena Sudnik

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END OF TIMES  SERIES (Shown below)

Exploring the themes of pollution in its many manifestations, this ongoing series of work is a critique of our times, and an investigation of our values and responsibilities. The pollution here refers to global as well as personal pollution (i.e.. the pollution of our minds, bodies, and actions,) as well as the pollution of Nature. Balancing the doom and gloom, humor and symbolism offer subtle expressions of hope, signaling all may not be lost.

Resurrection-24x24-oil-on-canvas

Resurrection-24 x 24 Oil on Canvas

 

The Big Bang 24 x 24 Oil on Canvas

The Big Bang 24 x 24 Oil on Canvas

Moving Mountains 9 x 12 Oil on Canvas

Moving Mountains 9 x 12 Oil on Canvas

Plastic Migration 11 x 14 Oil on Canvas

Plastic Migration 11 x 14 Oil on Canvas

Hope 16 x 18 Oil on Canvas

Hope 16 x 18 Oil on Canvas

Karma 9x12 Oil on Canvas

Karma 9 x 12 Oil on Canvas

 The Command 11x14 Oil on Canvas

The Command 11 x 14 Oil on Canvas

 

 The Last Supper 8 x 10 Oil on canvas

The Last Supper 8 x 10 Oil on canvas

The Last Straw 12" x 16", oil on canvas

The Last Straw 12″ x 16″, oil on canvas

 

"Extinction is Forever", 10" x 8", oil on canvas

“Extinction is Forever”, 10″ x 8″, oil on canvas

"Philosophers Stone", 9" x 12", oil on canvas

“Philosophers Stone”, 9″ x 12″, oil on canvas

Sacred Geometry series:

Sacred Geometry is the study of patterns found in Nature. It has been exalted as evidence of Gods divine plan or denounced as quack science. Nonetheless, from the micro to the macro, every movement or growth in Nature conforms to a geometric pattern and every known atomic particle can be reduced to the five basic Platonic shapes as described by Sacred Geometry. In exploring these principles, I was interested in the relationship between an individual shape and its place in the pattern, or individuality vs. union. Dance and music became my theme upon which to explore this subject, as in both there is an individual (dancer) and there is unity (the dance). I did not approach these works with a preconceived plan, but rather let the background pattern, the Flower of Life, determine the energy of each painting. This is an ongoing series.

"Flower of Life (Will Manifest)", 52" x 38", acrylic on canvas

“Flower of Life (Will Manifest)”, 52″ x 38″, acrylic on canvas

"Flower of Life (Sacred Hoop)", 49" x 37", acrylic on canvas

“Flower of Life (Sacred Hoop)”, 49″ x 37″, acrylic on canvas

 

 Magdalena Sudnik Sculpture

"Triple Scoop", 7"h x 10"w x 5"d, wood, plaster, glass, metal, plexiglass, model building foliage, sticks, lichen, spoon, paint

“Triple Scoop”, 7″h x 10″w x 5″d, wood, plaster, glass, metal, plexiglass, model building foliage, sticks, lichen, spoon, paint

"Pie in the Sky", 4"h x 11"w x 11"d, plaster, model building foliage, sand, dirt, resin, metal, plexiglass, paint

“Pie in the Sky”, 4″h x 11″w x 11″d, plaster, model building foliage, sand, dirt, resin, metal, plexiglass, paint

 

"Paradise Lost", 10"h x 4"w x 5"d, plastic cup, sand, dirt, limestone, plaster, model building foliage, resin, paint, straw, metal, plexiglass

“Paradise Lost”, 10″h x 4″w x 5″d, plastic cup, sand, dirt, limestone, plaster, model building foliage, resin, paint, straw, metal, plexiglass

"The Big Thirst", 19"h x 5.5"w x 4"d, plastic cup, resin, metal, straws, cork, plexiglass, paint

“The Big Thirst”, 19″h x 5.5″w x 4″d, plastic cup, resin, metal, straws, cork, plexiglass, paint

Philosopher's Stone", 10"h x 5"w x 4.5" d, stone, plaster, plexiglass, metal, found objects

Philosopher’s Stone”, 10″h x 5″w x 4.5″ d, stone, plaster, plexiglass, metal, found objects