Acrylic and gesso on cardboard
Dimensions: 50cm (H) x 35cm (W) x 0.3cm (D) / 19.7" (H) x 13.8" (W) x 0.12" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
Meeting (composition №87)
Spontaneous, unpredictable, unexpected, there was a meeting. Bright and juicy as a ripe fruit, it opened up, revealing all the pulp of all the latest gossip, news, events, incidents and emotions of the past months. And then they just went about their business, each at the same time filled with new impressions and exhausted by a stormy conversation. They continued their parallel and happy lives.
Acrylic paints, gesso on cardboard.
Covered with an archival-quality protective satin varnish.
Based in: Stavropol
Galina’s path to painting was long, but each step left its mark on her artistic style, defining and shaping it year after year. Born in Dushanbe she was surrounded by art at an early age: her father was interested in metal stamping, wood carving, sculpture and photography, constantly inviting home his friends — artisans and artists — to work together and discuss art. In the early 90s, Galina went with her parents to Russia, where her family settled in Stavropol after a series of moves. She was lucky to have a school and teachers who, very rare for that time, tried to give new skills and strongly supported the passion for art in their students, teaching them new art techniques. After graduating from the Institute with a degree in Advertising, Galina immediately plunged back into the creative world, starting with photography. In the late 2000s, she became a professional graphic designer and later started drawing commercial illustrations. Galina’s interest in calligraphy, with a special preference for the technique of writing with a broad pen and expressive calligraphy with a cola pen, developed confident firm strokes and the method of working with paint by rubbing, determining her future creativity.
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