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ArtTalk: Observing the Unobserved with Csilla Sadloch
Known for her large scale graphite drawings of plant matter, Csilla Sadloch’s detailed renderings of meandering vines and curled bark are striking. They are meticulous and extraordinarily realistic. The subject matter is inspired by her walks in woods, where the details of nature capture her sharply-focused gaze. She calls it “hyper examination.” The result is a realism taken to such an extreme that it becomes an abstraction.

Jun 27, 2021 05:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Csilla Sadloch
Csilla Sadloch is an award winning artist whose works on paper and paintings have appeared in a multitude of solo shows — including at the Woodmere Art Museum — and group shows both regionally and nationally. Sadloch has the distinguished honor of having won the Patron Award on three occasions for the juried Phillips’ Mill Art Show. She’s been reviewed in publications including The Philadelphia Inquirer, Architectural Digest, Princeton US, and the Washington Post, to name a few.