As abstract art is not only a long-standing crux of cultural debate but a self-renewing tradition of creativity, it is a source for inspiring our curiosity about the remotest reaches of our imagination and the potential to create something unique in the world of art. Abstract painting Malaria Epidemic by Gheorghe Virtosu is a monument to the harmony of color, shape, and meaning. In other words, this piece uses a visual language of color, form, and line to create a composition which exists with a significant degree of independence from visual images in the world around.
This abstract painting is closely tied to lyrical abstraction so it creates total or partial abstraction. The world descends into depression and epidemic. People around lose their beloved who are dying of this disease. Despite the fact that the tragedy is common for everybody, people experience this grief in diverse ways. This way, employing a wide range of methods, through abstract art Gheorghe Virtosu demonstrates that human spirit is the most powerful force in the world. It helps people survive in hopeless situations and keep on living.
A background of the painting is depicted in both dark and light colors. This means that all sorrows are temporary. Even if we think that these epidemics will never stop, we should remember that such cases occurred throughout the history of mankind many times. Only the power of human soul and mind helps people to overcome these challenges and understand that life is beautiful. The precision and clean lines of this artwork make no reference to not only line, form, and color but also to the philosophical meaning of this piece. In a word, this work ushers in a creative style that would influence further generations of sculptors, painters, designers, and architects, and guides creative thinkers of today.