The artwork created by the unique author's technique on the levkas (the ancient icon painting style mostly common in Russia and Greece), which is applied on the canvas and combined with modern graffiti, painted with acrylic.
Semi-nude young girl is a symbol of pure beauty, expressing human energy, life and power of contemplation. She is a bridge between the Ancient Greek art, the Renaissance, and modernity outside the time lapse. This painting has been created in my personal original technique. I have been experimenting for many years with combinations of colors, different layers, and thousands of strokes. With my painting, I try to express how I see the world, and on an emotional level I communicate with the viewer, hoping to fix the moment on the canvas. In my paintings, I try to convey the joy of being, a beautiful image arising from simple things, be it a person, a corner of nature, or a remembered dream. My inspirations are also my life experience, the work of other artists, events, people and places around me.I put a piece my soul in each artwork, and in that moment all the fears and troubles disappear traceless. It is an amazing feeling when other people can touch my heart and my soul through my paintings.
MATERIALS AND CERTIFICATES
The painting is signed on the front and bac and ready to be hung on the wall without a baguette.
This painting is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.
I use finest quality professional dutch acrylic paints "Amsterdam", Italian cotton canvas Unico.
Created on, and shipped on a high quality, pre-stretched canvas on a wooden frame.
The real painting looks much better than the photo, which is not able to adequately show the colours, texture and sensations of the live painting.
I ship worldwide.Painting is packed very carefully in cardboard box with layers of bubble wrap and styrofoam to protect it. Once shipped, you will receive an email with your tracking details and expected delivery date.
Feel free to send me a message if you have questions.
Thank you for your attention to my art.
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