Acrylic, glass paint on canvas
Dimensions: 70cm (H) x 50cm (W) x 2cm (D) / 27.6" (H) x 19.7" (W) x 0.8" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
Abstract marine tropical landscape made in blue and turquoise colors. I conveyed the gentle colors of the water in the shallows, through the water you can see the seabed with corals. I used a combination of acrylic and glass paint to give the water a rich blue color. This artwork is the Finalist of «5th ABSTRACT» exhibition from Art Room Gallery Online, United States
Based in: Mersin
I am an Abstract award-winning and internationally selling artist, born in Kazakhstan, raised in Russia, and currently living in Turkey.
Having graduated with honors from Moscow Textile University with a degree in Visual Arts, I had changed the following art-related professions during the last 13 years: fashion designer, graphic designer, and book illustrator. As I had professional success in all these fields, I wanted to try a new art direction. I graduated with honors from Triphon Icon Painting School in Moscow and worked as an Icon Painter for 5 years. But the most satisfaction I get has been working since 2019 as a full-time artist in sunny Turkey. This occupation gives me the degree of freedom I have been striving for all these years. In 2022, I was honored to become a member of the International Association of Art.
Having a rich artistic experience, I like to experiment with mediums in order to achieve the necessary texture and color expressiveness. I use paints on glass, ink, and natural coffee in addition to acrylic. The «monotype method» is the basis of my author's painting technique. I stamp various textures on the canvas and then I paint over traces until I get satisfied with the composition. I start painting only in a good mood so that the pictures turn out to be with positive energy and share these vibes with the viewer.
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