Watercolor, oil pastel on paper
Dimensions: 27.5cm (H) x 38.5cm (W) / 10.8" (H) x 15.2" (W)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
The landscape is made in a mixed graphic technique. Masha used watercolors, wax, ink.
Bright, vibrant colours. The tree is drawn with very bold strokes of the pen and brush. The branches of the tree look like they are alive against the big white sky.
The landscape is decorated in a basic minimalist frame and plexiglass. It will easily fit into any interior.
Masha uses high-quality materials in her works and makes very reliable packaging, so buyers can not worry about delivery.
A signed certificate of authenticity is attached
Based in: Beloozerskii, Moscow region
"Making artworks I apply all my experience and skills in
academic painting, cinema art and russian icon art. Despite
everything, I continue my artistic search and experiments
inspired by the endless variety of nature"
Born in a small town near Moscow in 1991.
2008 - 2013 studied at Moscow Academic Art Сollege of memory 1905 year with a degree in "Painting"
2014 - 2015 studied at All-Russian state Institute of cinematography named after S. A. Gerasimov, faculty of art
2015 - Сreative trip together with her husband Danil Danilovsky to Norway, Nepal, Philippines
2016 - work in the art gallery of Tianjin city, China
2017-2018 studied at Moscow Orthodox humanitarian Institute, faculty of iconography.
Many artists today explore social, political and environmental issues in their work. I, on the other hand, try to avoid them. To find and convey in the colours around us something pristine, beautiful and pure.
I would say that my work is an escape from modernity into other worlds. Perhaps it's a world BEFORE or AFTER. But I don't like to say too much about my work as it defeats the magic of art. The viewer must have enough space to put their own meanings and feelings into the picture.
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