Acrylic on canvas
Dimensions: 60cm (H) x 80cm (W) x 3cm (D) / 23.6" (H) x 31.5" (W) x 1.2" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
Features and details
The painting is a beautifully detailed acrylic on canvas depicting a scene of imagined landscape
Features: Original acrylic painting on stretched canvas
Details of surface: Stretched Canvas
Style: Linear Impressionism
Size: 23.6 x 31.5 inches (60 cm x 80 cm)
Originality: Signed on the back side
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Based in: Warsaw
Artist Alexandra Malyshko was born in the city of Dnipro, Ukraine In 1977. She’s an architect by profession and a member of the National union of artists of Ukraine.
She's participanted in hundreds of art displays and exhibitions and has been the recipient of numerous prize diplomas. The majority of her pictures have been donated to charitable organizations and institutions within the region where she resides.
She used her credentials to take the opportunity to take part In the 58th Venice Biennials showcasing such works as "That you lived in interesting times", She also participated in the "Falling dream shadow on the gardens Jardini" project at the Ukrainian pavilion. Alexandra claimed,
‘I conduct my art search during my travels. I increase my knowledge and experience this way. I consider art to be a dialogue of space and time with mankind, and whether or not I can broadcast this to the viewer. Things like, the word, the story? Possibly it is, like the song of the desert, the blossoming of gardens. The duality of the right river bank and the left bank. Perhaps, this way, the artist can come to a meeting with ones self…’
I am in admiration of the process of painting by the means of 'the line as visual language. "
Every moment is a search for new meaning and feeling. On this occasion, I conducted a yak dialogue with what surrounded it. Landscapes in pictures are transformed by Line, which rhythmically run in the imagination of the viewer furthur. Meaning, the picture can turn into other images.
It is possible, in a sound, to continue your own dialogue.
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