Arthur Berzinsh (born 1983) is a master's graduate of the
Arthur Berzinsh works often remind elusive, distant, even mythical images, while the hidden meaning of the works show a deep attachment to human psychological problems, as well as the painful socio-political issues. Bt the cross sections of male / female relationships is intertwined with the artist attempts to access the woman closer. The human being is depicted as a microchip, including not only the body and the psychological dimensions of emotions, but also the mind and the structure of categorization performance.
(Anitra Velde, studija.lv, November, 2009)
-Man liekas, viņš ir pārlieku aizrāvies ar halucinogēniem
-Bērziņš pats ir halucinogēns
“Arthur Berzinsh is the axe for the frozen sea within us”.
Paldies Tev, Artūr, ka Tu esi te- provincē!
magnificent work, Arthur
This is wonderful!
The artwork for ‘Hammer Of The Witches’ was created by Latvian Artist Arthur Berzinsh and is a lavish walk-through of the lyricism, drawing on rich Renaissance themes and displaying them in beautiful yet unsettling scenarios. Half of the detailed pieces are totally original for the release, others are Berzinsh classics cunningly tailored to the themes of the album, which are themes rife with heady witchcraft, be it persecution, retribution or unfettered spiritual liberation. The female form is rampant throughout the artwork, unashamedly displayed in its classical rendition of beauty… and horror
Atzīstos, ir nedaudz grūti skatīties uz Bērziņa darbiem, bet daru to un daru ilgtoši un neatraujot acis. Tajos ir gan trauslums, gan nežēlība, gan sekss, bauda un brutālā realitāte. Šķiet, viņš uzrāvis mūsu tumšākās zemapziņas stīdziņas un pasniedzis to lielformāta mākslas darbos.