Central fountain of my life
Acrylic, Acrylic on canvas
Dimensions: 100cm (H) x 140cm (W) x 2cm (D) / 39.4" (H) x 55.1" (W) x 0.8" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings
Estimated delivery for this item is between 13 October - 18 October
This item ships from Ukraine
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About the art
The fountain is beautiful, full of fresh water, and seeing. Delicious and sanative energy runs inside of it. There is plenty of this energy, and it’s filled with miraculous power. This energy cruise within itself, and doesn’t outpour. At the same moment, the water fills the trees around with strength and fertility, and the full-color apples hang on their branches.
The painting was exhibited:
8 – 29 September 2020 – The river inside of me, personal exhibition within the project Her (ex)position, Auction house "Korners", Kyiv, Ukraine
19 – 24 August 2020 – V International Parajanov Festival, group exhibition, curator and participant, Suputnyk, Lviv, Ukraine
20 February – 13 March 2020 – Thin Dreams, personal project, PM Gallery, Lviv, Ukraine
5 – 25 December 2019 – The Light Comes from The Silence, personal project, gallery Bunkermuz, Ternopil, Ukraine
18 – 20 October 2019 – AirGogolFest, Vinnytsya, contemporary art festival, Crystal factory, Ukraine
Based in: Lviv, Ukraine
I am Olena Kayinska, an artist based in Lviv, Ukraine. I work with naїve or pure art techniques, paired together with deep philosophical and psychological senses. My fields of research are finding of inner peace, post-trauma recovery, human inborn kindness, and love as the driving force of Universe. My paintings-dreams …
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