A look at the Works of KSMF – Sara MF

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Today we have a look at the works of KSMF – Sara MF, as daughter of an artists and grandaughter of art lovers, she’s been raised between canvas and museums. Sara studied Fine Arts, Illustration and Graphic Design who’s works are mainly inspired by the Romanic Art, Surrealism, Primitivism and Mysticism. She considers artists like George Grosz, Paul Klee or Jan Svankmajer as her masters.

KSMF – Sara MF: I began to draw and paint as a form of communication with my family and my teachers (I wasn’t able to speak due to a severe dyslexia). But I never drew about my basic needs, but about daily anecdotes or nightmares, or I drew to get rid of frustration. I’ve kept using art as I used when I was a child: to tell.
My themes remain the same, but in them my candid side and my cynicism get in conflict. I still draw about dreams, but I also doodle about what I think of societies and their rules. I like to use all kind of materials, but I mainly draw and paint on cardboard or wood, using inks, gouache, acrylics, watercolors, charcoal, pencils.. And I use clay and all kind of objects for my sculptures, from leaves to old toys.

by KSMF – Sara MF

 

by KSMF – Sara MF

 

by KSMF – Sara MF

 

by KSMF – Sara MF

 

by KSMF – Sara MF

 

by KSMF – Sara MF

 

by KSMF – Sara MF

 

by KSMF – Sara MF

 

by KSMF – Sara MF

 

by KSMF – Sara MF

 

by KSMF – Sara MF

 

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