“I don’t paint things. I only paint the difference between things.” Henri Matisse. Beatriz Aizenstat’s paintings emerge and configure from virtual shapes that produce a combination of light and shadow; articulating a language that focuses upon perceptions of feelings and intuitions, dreams and chiaroscuros of the human universe. Hence, as Beatriz openly addresses issues of inspiration, the environment of her space and the artist’s relationship with her models and influences as her to communicate; The contemplative gaze of her muse, nostalgia, and reflections on a personal poetry, some what folkloric, where a panoramic melancholy reveals that Beatriz subtly evokes with feminine sensuality, symbolically opening the windows of her inner spectrum, that configures the viewer aesthetically sensitive emotions and the world in which we live.
Beatriz Aizenstat proposes through aesthetic look, the resources of her creative method, that give birth in an intimate stage to the magic of light, that is the protagonist, entering from the windows and stained glass, building and shaping life and live models, in perfect harmony with mystical chiaroscuros projected by the human figures on the environment and the flora that populates them. Beatriz uses in her creations a visual composition of unquestionable beauty and human spirituality; she nourishes and incorporates influences her artistic growth with known photographers and master painters of modern art such as Lucien Clergue, Jack Vettriano and Henri Matisse. Her pictorial works are an invitation to enjoy and talk with them in an open outlook where viewers actively participate in an aesthetic and reciprocating feedback