This view represents the unseen but obvious, as a particular understanding of the world that is formed and consolidated in the mind over many years and forms the foundation of understanding of the world and certain points of view.
The painting depicts a landscape, a view of Mtatsminda, where we are used to seeing the TV tower and the Ferris wheel. This view is inalienable and unchangeable for Tbilisi. Everyone who visits this city always recognizes these structures that rise over the city. But one day, I was walking along my usual route and I saw that a cloud had descended on the mountain, which made the scenery incredibly mystical. This led me to philosophical reflections on what appears familiar and constant to some people, but may be completely concealed from the eyes and comprehension of others.
I decided to paint reflections of trees in the river and not to depict the trees themselves, because I thought that one mention of landscape elements in my painting would be sufficient. A warm yellow light going through the whole painting as an element of mysticism, as it does in many of my other works. By this, I am trying to convey the idea that my landscapes are not exact replicas of reality, but rather manifestations of my feelings and reflections while working.
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