Dear Art Lover
March 2021 is here, it’s now, and it seems as though many, including myself, are oscillating from hopeful to disoriented, and at times at a rather violent speed.
All the more reason to take some time to move.
Move through that with art in your life, mind and at heart.
Today I come with a brand new practice:
What Remained Unmanifested.
Series of 12 artworks with fruits, vegetables, flowers and birds where multiple realities mix and complement each other. Lose yourself in a Paradise garden.
Hit refresh! These colours are instant palate cleansers. Their bright energy is the perfect antidote to winter.
1. OWL, ARTICHOKE AND FRENCH BEAN
I have added a wallpaper pattern with a pretty owl reminiscent of the William Morris design I saw in an old French estate last summer:
2. PARADISE BIRD AND QUINCE
3. PARADISE BIRDS, AUBERGINE AND ARTICHOKE
Schedule your seasonal renaissance now. All the beguiling charm of an Imaginary garden, the delicacy of timeless florals, the power of nature, and the comfort of a country house come together in this still life that is a herald of the perfect summer.
Another 9 still life and other new paintings are presented on the website of our gallery.
We offer free shipping for our clients for all paintings from this series.
Thank you for reading.
Thank you for collecting our art.
Thank you for support.
With best wishes from Prague
Svetlana Kurmaz and Alexander Sokht
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Each day is going to look and feel a little different. Each creative year too. Definetely.
Keep this in mind as we continue to progress on this journey.
New small size paintings with fruits and vegetables on charming vintage wallpaper background.
New season with XPgallery.
Rural chic is calling)))
Never loose your sense of adventure .
Art is able to make real all possible experiences that can only be imagined.
Live with art, it’s good for you!
I made this composition in gratitude to my friend, who gave us a week of cloudless and absolute happiness in France this summer.
The GIRL WITH A PIG safely arrived for her happy life in a young family at Sankt Petersburg. 🇷🇺
Thanks for a such a lovely photo Sophia!
© Alexander Sokht
This is, of course, a question.
On the one hand, flickering and an abundance of additional photographs distract from the actual work.
On the other hand, a painting is, in a sense, an object, and here it is already important what surface, scale in the interior, there is a frame or not, and there are many other details. How to show all this in order to support the viewer in his intention to purchase a painting?
During the 15 years of our gallery's existence in an old, poorly adapted space in the center of Prague, it seems to me that we have learned to "show" paintings. But online?
So,you have to think.
Here are some of the presentation photos to share with you:
1. Painting in the interior, next to a chair, wardrobe or table.
2. Framed painting, if any.
3. Painting on a working easel.
4. Painting at an angle to show the side and surface.
5. A fragment of the work
6. Painting on the wall