Paula Izydorek’s artwork hypothesizes how submersion in the natural environment affects ones biochemistry, interpersonal conflicts and overall wellbeing. Repetition and line markings are the foundation of her process and Izydorek pairs acrylic paint with birch wood to employ intertwining linear systems and geometric forms that interplay with the surface of the wood while utilizing the naturally occurring grain. These abstract patterns serve as a recall to the interconnectivity of ones physiological state in response to their immediate environment.
Based on her personal examinations of intimacy, family dynamics and worth, Izydorek depicts subjects ranging from couples, homes and clouds each immersed in abstract patterns that serve as a recall to the interconnectivity of ones physiological state in response to their immediate environment. Her recent artwork entitled (Self) Worth explores the impermanence of personal value within the confines of a social media based self promoting society in contrast to the longevity of inherent virtues.
Unlike the typical wood grain based abstractions Izydorek's compositions show diversity and tell unexpected stories by revealing identifiable forms intersecting with raw underlying emotions in a vibrant setting.