The paintings of Ewa Rossano are distinct through the expression of matter and the expansion of color, as well as through a vivid, whimsical line that inscribes the outline of a figure or face, sometimes an inscription.
She applies successive layers of paint, uses straw as a base material, searches for a spatial dimension, accentuates and accepts coincidence and disorder.
In contrast to stylized sculptural objects, the paintings do not care about elegance, in fact
they sometimes seem unfinished, not very precise, abandoned in the middle of a brush stroke – and this is their charm. They are like spontaneous recordings of some element happening in front of our eyes. It even seems to me that if I touched them, I would feel the warmth and truth of a body.