Oil on canvas
Dimensions: 35cm (H) x 50cm (W) x 2cm (D) / 13.8" (H) x 19.7" (W) x 0.8" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
The artwork is oil on canvas in an impressionistic manner. The paint is applied in thick layers which creates the texture of the surface, making it come out of the painting. This effect is almost impossible in acrylic, so for such types of artworks the artist uses oil.
Aseeva sails herself, so she knows very well what she paints, the sails, regattas and yachts are a part of her life.The most impressive moment of the regatta is the start. Many boats come to the starting line and try to cross it before the rest of the fleet. This painting pictures quite a seldom event - start with the gennakers - those big sails which are used when it's downwind, that was the last race on Rodos cup 2022. It is really spectacular. The artist captures this moment, so you can enjoy it again and again.
The artwork is made with high quality colours and is covered with a varnish layer in order to protect the surface from dust and adverse environment. The artwork is stretched on a supported wooden frame and is ready to hang. The borders are white, so it doesn't need framing. The artwork is signed from the front and back side. Certificate of Authenticity signed by the author comes along.
Based in: Marmaris, Turkey
Dina Aseeva is an award-winning artist based in Turkey whose paintings have been exhibited internationally
She started to paint with watercolor when she was 2 years old, since then it became her great passion and one of her favorite mediums. After formal education which she got at Voronezh Art School and Stroganov Art Academy, Aseeva continued to explore possibilities of watercolor, different styles and techniques, moving from the classical concept of painting to more elusive and expressionistic one. She successfully participated in workshops of the famous contemporary watercolorists: Alvaro Castagnet, Endré Penovac, Alexander Votsmush, Konstantin Sterkhov and the masters appreciated her artworks and style. She also worked in oil and pastel, when finally discovered acrylic. This medium which combines properties of oil and watercolor gave her a vast field for experiments and became a start for a new phase in her artistic life. Aseeva is hugely inspired by impressionism and expressionism, nevertheless she likes working in her unique style and developing her own artistic language. For her, art is a transformation of energy, immediate access to another space and time that she shares with the viewer. Aseeva describes her artistic process as being both "fast and passionate".
Aseeva participated in local and international exhibitions since childhood. When she was 7 years old she gained her first prize for the best artwork dedicated to the Second World war, later this artwork took part in an international exhibition in the USA. Her artworks are presented in private collections and galleries in Russia, Europe, Turkey, Israel, the USA and South America. A series of her watercolors and sketches were bought by Alexander Alekseev for his Gallery of Contemporary Art in Gelendzhik, Russia.
Now Aseeva has her studio in Turkey, near Dalaman. The studio is open to visitors almost all year. She lives and works near the sea which she loves and paints almost every day. She also loves sailing, so the boats and regattas are another common subject of her artworks. In 2021 she crossed five seas on a sailing yacht, creating a series of sketches and studies for the future artworks. When you look at her paintings you can feel the energy of the place, the beauty of the moment and the harmony which gives us nature.
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