Oil on stretched 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.
Flora is a series of paintings in Very Peri color. It shows gentle female images in harmony with nature. A girl in flowers holds a dragonfly. The picture is painted with paint Very Peri. Painting on canvas on a stretcher, oil painting, 70x50x2 cm. The ends are painted over.
Based in: Moscow
Olga Sokolova (Moscow, 1966) graduated from the Moscow Institute of Light Industry with a degree in process engineering. Olga began her professional career at the Theater of the Soviet Army (Moscow), where she took part in the creation of theatrical scenery. Later, she participated in the creation of a collection of hand-painted clothes. She later began painting in oils. Love for painting became her main occupation. The main theme, as well as a source of inspiration for Olga, is the inner world of a person. These are emotions and feelings, thoughts and memories, hopes and disappointments - and all this is in the portrait genre.
Olga Sokolova lives and works in Moscow. Her creative expression has resulted in unique works of art. The miracle of life itself is a source of inspiration. Olga Sokolova's art studio is a place where her experience, education and skills merge. Thus, she manages to combine classical techniques and the spirit of modernity in her work. With the help of art, she shows all the beauty of people in the world around us, fights against human indifference and opens up new facets of our reality to viewers. Female images in Olga's paintings are outwardly fragile and delicate, but they have strength and depth. The artist solves this contrast through a colorful and sensual solution. Portraits are distinguished by dreaminess, inner peace and immersion in one's inner world. Each image is a journey into the female emotional world.
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