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New In: December Artworks 2021


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New In: December Artworks 2021

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This December, The Artling is excited to share with you an array of newly listed artworks. From calming winter scenes to vibrant and dynamic abstract pieces, celebrate the holidays or ring in the New Year with a beautiful new piece added to your collection. Get inspired and browse through our new collection; diverse in both style and medium!


 

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Origin by Ekaterina Nikitina. The artist explores the connection between feelings, form and colour without overwhelming the canvas with details in this figurative painting. This visual figure has been stripped of status, personality, race, and all social belonging, leaving behind the essence of authenticity. The twisted and intertwined positions of the figure, interacting with the space gives a sense of balance of our spiritual and physical existence.

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Snow Overnight by Shaofeng Tu. The artist’s romantic and retrospective visual expression, conveying early childhood memories kindles a sense of nostalgia that keeps us warm. Tu’s paintings invite viewers to reflect on reality and memory in another space while subtly tracing the passage of time with deep affection.

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Rosen Beach by Kate Powell. This Wes Anderson-esque symmetrical depiction of the pink beach boxes at Rosen Beach transports you to the warm sandy Italian shores in the summer. The vibrant pink walls are highly textured with a thick application of an impasto acrylic and resin sand mix, bringing the painting to life.

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Persimmon by Yuriy Ushakov. What better way to reminisce warm summer days this December than with sweet persimmons? Yuriy’s playful technique pulsates his paintings to life. Strong passages of paint are applied to the canvas with exceptionally gestural brushwork providing a fun spirit and unexpectedness to his works.  

Rubia Tinctorum (2) by Tarini Ahuja. Colour mixing is an important process where Ahuja spends days mapping out colours and creating elaborate palettes for her paintings. Her intuitive paintings aim to provide viewers with a sense of positivity and peace, a space for solace and reflection. She tends to romanticize reality, leaving us with whimsical and tranquil abstract landscapes.

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Blue sunrise by Hodaya Levin. Based in Israel, Levin’s striking abstract work explores existential questions relating to the meaning of life, our role in the universe and the concept of good and evil. Levin uses art as a tool for self-knowledge and understanding the universe in her life-long journey of discovering the mystery of Being. ‘Blue sunrise’ is part of Levin’s ‘Blue Venus’ mini-series.

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Red poppies by Nina Karpova. This painting of wild and sleepy poppies was inspired by a walk the artist took in a field of poppies. It was there where she met an old man who told her that poppies grow where there were many battles and blood was shed. Before she could reply with her guess of the many battles the Czech Republic has experienced, the old man was gone, leaving just her and her dog in the field of poppies.

The day I met you by Jennifer Baker. Dedicated to the tranquil autumn sky, this serene, soothing painting beautifully depicts the earth and the sky meeting and touching for a brief moment, where day becomes night and night becomes day. Passionate about expressionist oil painting, Baker describes oil paint as a live, organic medium that changes with the weather, light, season, and time of day; a perfect vessel for her artistic expression.

Black and ten 5 by Tanya Angelova. Using paint, ink, cotton thread and silk to create a visual story, this abstract piece is injected with the artist’s thoughts and emotions. Sewing is a gesture of feminine principle; the thread has a beginning and an end like everything in the world while also a symbol of creation. All this combined makes the work a portrait of the Angelova.

Genesis XXXI. (N 6/25) by Sarah I. Avni. From the Genesis collection, this painting dons a spiral, a symbol of sacred geometry and infinity. The sacred geometry embodies sacred universal patterns used to design our reality and represents the connection between the microcosm and macrocosm. This golden painting provides warmth and radiance to your space.


To see more of our newest artworks, browse our full December 2021 collection here!


 


Any views or opinions in the post are solely those of the authors and do not necessarily represent the views of the company or contributors.


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