Acrylic and paper on cardboard
Dimensions: 70cm (H) x 50cm (W) x 1cm (D) / 27.6" (H) x 19.7" (W) x 0.4" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
Large abstract artwork made with lavender colors is a part of Minimalistic collection with textured background with visible brushstrokes and craft and violet main paper details. This is the modern abstract violet painting on board for unusual home gift and office decor interior
This collectoin is very tactile, you want to touch it with your hands, feel the relief with your fingers and look at the textures. I have created abstract works so that nothing would distract from the harmony of shapes and texture magic.
50*70 cms Collage
Paper, acrylic on cardboard (you'll receive it stretched)
Based in: Russia, Voronezh
My name is Olga, I am a professional artist and this is my main occupation. I have a small working Studio in Voronezh (Russia), where I spend most of the time.
My art is the whole world to me, it consumes me completely.
I work with different material and like experiments but my art is always recognizable. Every artpiece has its own mood, but it's always bold in composition and educated tone of the work. My main collectons of last three years are abstract collages and gentle flowers created with oil paints. General mood of of all my artworks is calmness and rest.
My oil paintings have very thin transparent and multi-layered writing, sometimes it's many hundreds of layers in one picture. Therefore, they look very deep, complex in texture and in colors.
I also take part in many group exhibition activities such as Tavrida-Art (2019, 2020, 2021), "Collage Fest Exhibition", "Ambientarti" Milan, "Golden Worlds". There are bright solo exhibitions
“Prints”, “It’s Nice to Feel Clearence”, "Without skin", "Snezhana and suprematizm"
At various stages of my creative development I have been influenced by Georgia O'Keeffe.
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