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Acrylic on paper
Dimensions: 86cm (H) x 61cm (W) x 0.1cm (D) / 33.9" (H) x 24" (W) x 0.04" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
This original abstract painting inspired by Australian nature. I find that this minimal style expresses my aesthetic very well. These stripes combine harmonious colors and look so contemporary.
Materials: Acrylics, 200g Paper, Varnish finish. This museum-quality varnish gives non-yellowing protection to the acrylic painting. It is highly resistant to discoloration and offers superior clarity and durability. My professional acrylic paints have excellent lightfastness and moisture resistance.
Dimensions: 61x86 cm (or 24x34 inches)
Made with professional quality products.
Unframed. Needs to be framed under the glass.
Ships in a tube.
* Depending on your monitor settings, the colors may appear slightly different.
* Frame is not included, it is for display only
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Based in: Voronezh
Natalya Vytovtova lives in Russia and is an artist, illustrator, and qualified engineer.
The study of the exact sciences, as well as philosophy, religion, and psychology, led her to understand the relative illusory nature of what is happening, which primarily depends on our thinking. Making a judgment about an object or phenomenon, our brain is guided only by part of the unbiased information from the surrounding world. Most of the judgment is filled with information obtained from past experience. Each of us lives in our own reality, being in the matrix of our own illusions, namely, mental attitudes that are true for ourselves but are not substantially true or true for another subject.
In her artworks, Natalya represents the color of the wave, since the color most strongly affects the mind. The brain records the resulting information code with voids, damage, and overlays. She creates her works using a plastic card, which is also part of the information code world.
Here you can find original abstract expressionist paintings from small to extra large.
2019 - Voronezh State Institute of Arts, Painter
2015 - Undergraduate and graduate student of Russian technical universities with a degree in Quality Management
2020 - Winner of the Russian competition for the most realistic painting.
2019 - Tavrida-ART Festival participant.
2019 - Guinness World Record participant. 172 participants of the art festival simultaneously created an art canvas with a total area of 100 square meters. Young artists depicted mountains, Crimean landscapes, flowers, portraits, vibrant abstractions, symbols of unity and friendship, people holding hands and dancing in a circle. All elements are organically intertwined into a single picture.
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