Acrylic on canvas
Dimensions: 110cm (H) x 110cm (W) x 0.5cm (D) / 43.3" (H) x 43.3" (W) x 0.2" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
Tulips want to lull rebellious and stupid human intellects to sleep with their lullaby. And replace them with a silent song of flowers. Under which you will have magical dreams in your cozy bedroom ....
A series of paintings "Myths" near of kin travel sketches of a happy journey through magical worlds, where the bright sun always shines, and sphinxes, angels and centaurs walk along the golden beaches. They create a new mood in the interior: the details of painting and graphics resonate with the real space, charging it with the solar energy of the artist's imagination. Fantastic images are set off by an academic drawing and colossal artistic erudition of Victoria. Her signature style is a mix of classicism, art deco, pop art and suprematism.
Based in: Antalya
Victoria was born in a small town on the coast of the Black Sea, situated among vineyards and gorgeous ruins of ancient Greek and Roman settlements. She graduated from the College of Architecture, but the magical power of painting and graphics has become her passion.
Victoria Fomina’s paintings make viewers want to jump down the rabbit hole with her into a charmingly surreal world of detail and colour, crafted in the artist’s unique style. No detail is too small as she explores new visual metaphors, adding value to the projects she works on.
She works with watercolour, gouache and acrylic – fluid media that allow for great spontaneity. Victoria works for clients around the world as an illustrator (including Gallimard Jeunesse, Penguin Random House, Kingfisher, Rizzoli, Grimm Press, Samsung and Vogue).
She has taken part in exhibitions in Slovakia, Switzerland, Russia, Italy, Japan, Estonia, France, Norway, Germany, United Kingdom, India, South Korea, Taiwan, Poland and Hungary.
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