Oil, acrylic, permanent marker, spray paint, pastel on canvas
Dimensions: 100cm (H) x 100cm (W) x 2cm (D) / 39.4" (H) x 39.4" (W) x 0.8" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
The primordial soup series is named after the theory of the origin of life. Just as life once appeared from scattered chemical elements dissolved in the ocean, the paintings in this series are built up from seemingly disparate brushstrokes and gestures.
Sides are painted to exhibit the finished painting without an additional frame. All my paintings are sealed with premium acrylic final varnish. The drawing is titled and signed on the back and also comes with a certificate of authenticity.
Based in: Moscow
Anastasia Buoy is a mixed media painter of abstract expressionism.
She has a scientific past (Ph.D. in molecular biology). In 2018 Anastasia changed her job for art; since then, she works in her Moscow-based studio. In a similar vein with her previous field, biomedicine, Anastasia researches human-nature interaction, but from a perspective of emotional, even mystical experience.
Anastasia is an entirely self-taught artist. However, she intensively studies the history of art. Currently, she is a student at The School of Contemporary Art Free Workshops (at MMOMA).
By now, Anastasia has participated in several exhibitions in Russia and the United States; in 2021, she will participate in international events. Her artworks could be found in private collections worldwide and represented by galleries in Berlin, Miami, and Moscow.
In my practice, I use abstract expressionism style as a symbol of deep, subconscious perception of the world with structured geometric lines that represent a reversion to rational thinking. I do not limit instrumentation, using oil, acrylic, industrial marker, and even construction supplies with equal ease.
My works are notable for the process-oriented approach. Each piece represents a major reflection on a specific theme; it doesn’t hide or mask anything. The creation process is transparent: whether it was long and complicated, or easy and neat; thoughtful and meditative or expressive and bold.
Due to my past in biology, I do not acknowledge that humans and nature are antagonizing matters. I feel exactly the opposite: how humanity plays with resources; how it changes the landscape and climate; how it grows and evolves – that’s incredibly natural and has happened countless times before. In my works, I intend to show that all our technologies are the same full-fledged part of nature as sea or sky, and that’s why this theme can also be researched by painting on canvas.
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