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Ocean of jellyfish

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2021

Acrylic on canvas

Unique Work

Dimensions: 40cm (H) x 80cm (W) x 1.6cm (D) / 15.7" (H) x 31.5" (W) x 0.6" (D)

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

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Environmental Project "Save the Planet" is my ecological vision of some problems on Planet Earth: real and imaginary, urgent and pending in time. I believe that art can draw people's attention to these problems. And maybe even save our planet!

Jellyfish, like other stingrays (lat. Cnidaria), are among the oldest creatures on the planet: they are older than dinosaurs and trees. Their population is not threatened by anything, on the contrary, the number of jellyfish around the world is increasing rapidly. They have proven to be the few species that have benefited from climate change. The warming of the oceans has led to an increase in suitable habitat for them.
The advance of jellyfish around the world has many other negative consequences. Off the west coast of Ireland, salmon farms are losing hundreds of thousands of fish bitten by tropical jellyfish. In addition, power plants in Sweden, Israel, the U.S., Japan and other countries are running out of steam: huge numbers of jellyfish are increasingly entering the power grid.
In Japan, jellyfish are called the second danger after earthquakes. There is a giant representative of jellyfish, Nemopilema nomurai, which can reach two meters in size and weigh 200 kilograms.
This abstract diptych is created in fluid art using acrylic paints. Diptych, set of 2 paintings, each painting is 40*40*1.6 cm(unframed). The price is for the 2 paintings together.

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Artist Profile

Born: 1982

Hometown: Minsk

Based in: Minsk

Irina Safronova, aka, Palirina is a Belarusian artist whose works are created spontaneously as a way to express the emotions that drive her in that particular moment. Her fluid abstracts use recycled painting in an aim to minimise waste and create eco-friendly art.

During her creative process, the artists enters a meditative state in which her hands become an extension of her soul and painting flows freely to become artworks with meanings that remain open for the viewer to feel and find. She prefers to work on series of artworks that revolve around a particular theme rather than on isolated pieces.

In addition to an artist, Irina is also an art director and a professional stylist.


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