…so, here comes an aesthetic line that knows how to add meaning from the colour to the shape.
The first chromatic yield in Papadaki is light; thus, the daylight or the artificial light increase the vitality and brightness of the work, that becomes an important aesthetic element, with qualities that match multiple settings.
The figures that the artist applied on her glazed pictures share the same intent. In them, the artist follows the thread of a tale that puts man and animal into the reflection of the light of a primordial divinity that presides and rules over everything…
Pierluigi Moressa- La Voce- December 2008