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2022

Oil on stretched linen canvas

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Dimensions: 80cm (H) x 60cm (W) x 2cm (D) / 31.5" (H) x 23.6" (W) x 0.8" (D)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.

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Water element. The beauty of blooming iris. Is it a reflection? Or the flower itself? Have a closer look. Study the details. Flowers and water. Flowers in the water. Flowers under the water. Fading or alive?

“Reflections”, July 2022. Oil on stretched linen canvas. 80x60x2 cm.

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Born: 1986

Hometown: Moscow

Based in: Moscow

Inna Sumina is a Moscow-based self-taught emerging artist.
Painting has always been Inna’s passion: she attended arts school when she was young, and also studied at British Higher School of Art and Design, Moscow. She graduated from Teacher Training University where she studied linguistics.
When Inna was young she also played the violin. That’s why flowers are accompanied by music in her artworks very often.
Inna used to work as Key Account Manager in an international logistics/supply chain company for more than 10 years until in 2021 she devoted herself to painting thoroughly.

"My paintings reflect my inner world, I would call it a «garden». What is this garden like? It's a bit chaotic, somewhat bright, may be abstract or on the contrary pretty much ordered, or even dramatic.
Thanks to my paintings my inner garden becomes visible to others. In what way? I express myself in flower portraits. My flowers are realistic, abstract, expressive - they mirror «the garden of my soul». One can hardly choose a better medium than oil to convey the whole scale of feelings from confidence to despair. I prefer black (dark) background for paintings: it helps me to emphasise how fragile and vulnerable is the soul of a flower, reveal its fleeting beauty, which strives to be noticed during these odd times. Flower portraits are not just pretty images for me, they are my sentiments, what I am living for. My paintings are invariably emotional."


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