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2022

Watercolor Paint, Watercolor on paper

Unique Work

Dimensions: 40cm (H) x 30cm (W) x 0.1cm (D) / 15.7" (H) x 11.8" (W) x 0.04" (D)

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


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Artist Statement

When seeds ripen on a dandelion, it becomes white and fluffy. From the outside, it looks like a balloon. One has only to blow harder on such a dandelion, as small umbrellas scatter in different directions. They are very light and the wind plays with them for a long time, taking them far, far away.

HAND-PAINTED: All paintings in the store are hand-painted. They are NOT computerized or poster prints.
-Material: professional quality Watercolour paper Saunders Waterford, 100% cotton, cold press, 300 g/m2 + Winsor & Newton watercolors
- Framed dimensions: 50x40x2 cm
- Unframed sizes: 40x30x0,1 cm
- Painting is signed and dated by the artist as well as accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity
-QUALITY: Created using top quality paints and materials giving you the best quality Watercolor paintings with textured, vibrant, and rich colors

ABOUT THIS ARTWORK: CLASSIFICATION, TECHNIQUES & STYLES
Watercolor
Watercolor is a painting in which gum arabic binds transparent pigments revealing the support of the painting. The gouache, of identical composition, is opaque. A watercolor is a water-based painting on paper. We rarely speak of a painting for a work painted in watercolor. Watercolor paintings are considered to be a unique way to creatively represent dreams, illusions, emotions and luminous feelings using water soluble pigments. However, painting with watercolors can be difficult. It's a difficult medium to master, in large part because it can be ruthless and unpredictable. Mistakes are difficult to correct and its fluid nature makes it difficult to control. Yet it is these very qualities that give the medium its undeniable charm.

 



Artist Profile

Born: 1976
Hometown: Chisinau, Moldova
Based in: Munich, Germany

My name is Natasha Sokolnikova (Natalia Socolnicova) and I am a professional artist.
I graduated from the School of Fine Arts “Alexei Schiusev”, Chisinau (Republic of Moldova) with the highest score and further
The University of Humanitarian Knowledge. Now I live and work in Munich, Germany.
One of my greatest strengths as an …

 

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