DREAMY 1/4By Veronika Kryukova
Acrylic Paint, Acrylic on cotton canvas 380 g/m²
Dimensions: 70cm (H) x 60cm (W) x 2cm (D) / 27.6" (H) x 23.6" (W) x 0.8" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
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Mysterious lake from a dream | Abstract landscape painting with acrylic on canvas.
This is a series of artworks, consisting of four paintings, made in pastel colors with a strong blur, which reminds me of dreams. Reality mixed with magic. This painting is number one. Paintings with a forest, mountains and a field are also created.
I focused on working out the lower part of my painting because it has the main meaning and this is the main thing. The upper part is secondary and I decided to just leave it. It reminds me of a torrential warm rain somewhere in the distance. And what do you see?
Veronika Kryukova creates abstract landscapes inspired by nature. She is attracted to secluded, quiet places where everyone can be alone with themselves. Her deep, muted works immerse the viewer and prompt reflections.
The delivery package includes:
- certificate of authenticity
- memo on the care of paintings (on canvas)
- a letter with a warm wish wrapped in a beautiful handmade envelope with a sealing wax personal seal of the artist
- all necessary transport documents
All this is decorated in the same style and looks like a great gift.
The artist uses only high-quality materials. The paint, with proper storage of paintings, retains its saturation for up to 100 years.
Acrylic on cotton canvas with a density of 380 g/m2. The pine stretcher exudes the aroma of wood. Gallery wrapped canvas.
Hometown: Kamenka, Primorsky Krai
Based in: Gelendzhik
Veronika Kryukova was born in 1994 in the Far East off the coast of the Sea of Japan, in Russia.
Her grandmother instilled in her a love of painting and nature, and her father instilled in her.
In 2008, she entered the Marx Children's Art School, where Veronika was accepted immediately into …
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