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Svetlana Kurmaz

PARADISE BIRDS, AUBERGINE AND ARTICHOKE

€800,00

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    • Natural, Warm Wall Art with a light fleur of Minimalism and Art Deco style. Original Oil Painting. The Artwork creates a lively & colorful focal point that adds joy to any room.


      PARADISE BIRDS, AUBERGINE  AND ARTICHOKE 

      Svetlana Kurmaz
      oil on canvas
      Size (HxWxD) in CM:40х30 x 2 CM
      Size (HxWxD) in INCHES: 16x 12 x 1 INCHES
      2021

    • Artist’s Description:

      Original Art on Canvas with Art Deco touch.

      Mussini oil paints on linen canvas painting with Paradise Birds on a William Morris Wallpaper, Black Aubergine and Artichoke.


      In winter, it gets dark in Prague early, and sometimes it seems that the sun will not come out at all. 

      You have to learn to live with this. Of course, this affects the creative and workflow. The wisest thing to do is to do graphics or paint in small sizes at this time of year.

      I chose small canvases and began to paint a series of fruits and vegetables, enjoying the harmony of color, shape and volume.

       This time I chose a couple of Paradise birds with flowers and berries actively moving on the background combined with black aubergine and artichoke. It has a certain musicality and almost architectural beauty. 

      I have added a wallpaper pattern with a pritty birds in flowers reminiscent of the William Morris design I saw in an old French estate last summer. I found this combination rather funny. 

      Here, as in many of my paintings, the influence of the style of the 30s is noticeable: a clear line, local color relationships, even the character of a «model» remind that time, which I feel very close to me both in spirit and in design.

      The artwork was painted with a brush.

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