AGGRESSION VULNERABILITYBy Vladislava Vorobyeva
Oil Paint, Oil on canvas
Dimensions: 30cm (H) x 40cm (W) / 11.8" (H) x 15.7" (W)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
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I am from Russia, I am a citizen of Russia. I love my country and culture. But I have a very bad attitude towards people in power. My values are peace, tranquility and development. I am against any form of aggression against any country and people. I did not choose the incumbent president, nor all his decisions over the past 10 years. I apologize to the whole nation of Ukraine and to all affected people. What is happening now is inhuman and must be stopped immediately.
This still life was conceived as a search for color combinations in dark lighting. But at the end of the work and with the beginning of the war (these events happened at the same time), I saw the real theme of this plot as defenselessness before aggression (in the form of a red coffee pot)
The red color emphasizes the coffee pot itself and the spread of aggression to all its surroundings. I feel sorry for the lone bottle on the right side of the still life. I'm very sorry
Based in: Moscow
My name is Vladislava Vorobyeva.
I am an artist from Moscow (Russia). My main value is to convey all the beauty and individuality of those simple things that surround me every day. In each work, I try to find a new approach, which helps me to create something unique every time.
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