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ComposureBy Elena Naritsyna

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US$ 370


Acrylic, Acrylic, dutch metal (gold) on paper

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Dimensions: 70cm (H) x 50cm (W) x 0.1cm (D) / 27.6" (H) x 19.7" (W) x 0.04" (D)

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Artist Statement

I usually like to assemble my arts as puzzles – simple to complex and viсe versa.
In this arts series I’m thinking of feelings diversity. Why do we feel one or another emotion? Why do we react on the same situation in a different way? That’s why I decided to «decompose» my feelings.
First we see the world through the eyes of our parents. They are the ones who set our behavior model, point of view and the way of perception. Then school and friends affect – our consciousness expands and enriches with new experience and behavior patterns. Getting older we also have to add the burden of responsibility and opinions of others to our emotional «baggage». Sometimes it makes us dependent on these opinions.
Our feelings are like a cocoon woven of memories, important and minor events and personal reactions. One has it being thin and vulnerable, another has it like an armor.
My arts reflect my feelings, soul impulses and emotional kaleidoscope. Do you feel the same? Have you ever think of the unique and bizarre patterns that can be formed in this kaleidoscope if one looks inside yourself? And if one slightly changes the angle of view then it will be a completely different picture.
I invite you to join this exciting game!


Artist Profile

Hometown: Izhevsk
Based in: Izhevsk

I was born in the south of Siberia, in a mining town. My town is located between two mountain rivers, surrounded by beautiful taiga. thats why, it has never been a problem to find a wonderful place for painting. Since my early childhood I drew and I finally realized that …


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