Costel Iarca (1963) is a Romanian abstract expressionist living and working in U.S.A., known for developing a textured application method.

His distinctive patented technique leaves the canvas three-dimensional with depth and definition. By incorporating textiles into cylindrical calques with latex and acrylic paint, on canvases as massive as five by six feet and weighing as much as sixty pounds, vibrant color explodes in three-dimensional patterns and shapes. Embedded with mystical imagery and spiritual symbols, his paintings reflect his philosophical immersion at the University of Theology in Transylvania, his native land. "I can see that I do the relation all the time between theology and paintings... Art is the big window of the soul."

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