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"For me it all began in October 2001 when I had a dream about colours and lights. Without any formal experience in art I began exploring the colours that were resonating within me. I applauded their expression by my spontaneous use through any and all of the multimedia I had to hand.
My highest inspiration is of life itself. I watch and listen intentionally to capture internally the moments that emotionally move me to express themselves through my heart and hand. The unique differences of anything and everything nurturing me.
I wish to explore how this human existence and views affect my colours, and how they come together, how they find and balance each other and manifest themselves within my works.
I am Turkish, but I have lived in England since 1993 and have raised my 2 lovely sons here."
Mine Zabci, 2012
"My art works don't follow a particular style. What is Abstract? For me It is the expression of the moment--------freely. There is no restriction with Time, There is no restriction with Plan, There is no restriction with particular Technique, There is no restriction with Colours.
It is a Feeling that wants to come out. I am beyond Time. I am lost in them until all the work is finished.
That is why, for me, art is more than a technique, style or just colour. It is an inner connection between Time, Reality and Truth, and You and Me."
Mine Zabci, 2015
"Images possess a power that doesn’t need words, a magical energy that touches the soul, feeding the hunger and curiosity of human nature.” – Mine Zabci
Based in the UK, contemporary artist Mine Zabci is renowned for her abstract expressionist work, exhibiting both in the UK and abroad. A graduate of Fine Art, Mine describes herself as a spontaneous artist. Spontaneity is critical to the artist’s work. She does not sketch beforehand or have a preconceived idea of what she will create fast preferring to let inspiration take over and guide her hand. Using a variety of techniques and mediums including hand paints, pallet knives and clothe, Mine believes in the freedom of artistic expression that cannot be restricted to particular techniques, timescales, plans or styles. She believes that images without words fulfil the desire of “human nature to create its own mysteries when exploring the unknown, the unseen and the unspoken.