Watercolor on cotton paper
Dimensions: 56cm (H) x 38cm (W) x 0.1cm (D) / 22" (H) x 15" (W) x 0.04" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
Watercolor artwork in delicate pink and coral shades with gentle roses. The rose is truly the Queen of flowers. It has the tenderness, versatility and beauty of the inflorescence. And how it smells! A painting with roses is always nice to look at, admiring the tenderness and delicacy of shades. It will perfectly fit into both modern and classic interior.
Pure watercolor without acrylic.Original painting.
Artist's signature is on the front.
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Based in: Moscow
Hello, my name is Irina Pronina, i'm a watercolor artist. I was born and raised in Moscow, and began studying art at a young age. Following my passion for painting, i attended the prestigious Higher School of Folk Arts in St. Petersburg, where i trained to be a master silk painter. After graduating, i spent several years creating artworks on silk, however, i found that the traditional technique did not further my search for my own style. Inspired by a group of modern Russian watercolorists, I discovered my enthusiasm for the flowing medium. The possibilities of watercolor – the dynamism and beauty of the iridescence – constantly inspire new paintings. Today, i paint full-time from a home studio located on my terrace, with large windows and lots of natural light. In my free time, i enjoy painting on a textile, which i describes as a matter for the soul.
Watercolors are currently my main material for creating paintings. The possibilities of this material, the dynamism and the beauty of the overflows – this is what inspires and helps me to convey the idea of the work to the fullest. With each new painting, watercolors are revealed to me from a new side, and I am ready to discover the secrets and possibilities of this material that I have not yet explored.
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