Acrylic on canvas
Dimensions: 40cm (H) x 50cm (W) x 2cm (D) / 15.7" (H) x 19.7" (W) x 0.8" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
Nature is my source of inspiration. Watching its ever-changing images gives me a deep sense of beauty. In this abstract landscape painting, with the help of the chosen colors, I wanted to convey the feeling of the early morning, when the sun is just rising above the horizon and the earth is immersed in shadows . Turquoise, lilac, blue, indigo, light blue, pink, white, gold and light yellow - all these shades create a unique impression. I used a palette knife to add texture.
Original acrylic artwork painted on gallery stretched canvas. Edges are painted in blue.
The canvas is varnished, ready to hang, delivered with a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist.
Signed on the front and back.
Based in: Riga
My name is Anna Silabrama.
I am professional artist from Riga, Latvia.
For me, art is an urgent need, it helps me to empathize with the world. It accompanies me throughout life, from early childhood. In Art I see a way to express myself, or rather, to find myself through painting. I am more close to the language of abstract art. Abstract artist perceives the world in a special way, he doesn't copy it, but enters into a dialogue with it.
In my floral paintings I do not set a goal to copy nature, it is important for me to divulge the mood and the fine organization of the plant. I create paintings, make copies for orders and decorative wall-painting, I also teach others to draw by leading private lessons.
Having received a classical education I have extensive experience working with different techniques such as oil and acrylic colors, watercolors, pastel, charcoal etc.
After graduating with a Master's degree from the Latvian Academy of Fine Arts in 2007, I made many solo shows and participated in numerous group exhibitions.
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