"The paintings exhibit a convergence of color, abstract pictorial minimalism, and content; depicting another dimension with a translucency of surface verve. The dissolution of substance denotes a sort of yearning vacancy. Wonderful work." -
Angela di Bello, Director of Agora Gallery, New York
"Paintings full of colors, lights and shadows become an open window to the abstract world that Ana Isabel de Cure states through her pieces."-
El HeraldoNewspaper, Gente Magazine,Barranquilla
Chava Cure's paintings have been evolving throughout her career. When she finished her studies at Bellas Artes Chava worked with pastel and charcoal. The main theme of her creations was the human body. Later Chava got involved with watercolors and sculpture. Her work was realistic and figurative. With time she matured to surrealism and finally abstractism, where she conveys all her feelings and emotions.