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Svetlana Kurmaz

WHITE AND PINK MALLOWS IN THE GARDEN

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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.


    WHITE AND PINK MALLOWS IN THE GARDEN
    Svetlana Kurmaz
    oil on canvas
    Size (HxWxD) in CM: 50 x 40 x 2 CM
    Size (HxWxD) in INCHES: 20 x 17 x 1 INCHES
    2020

  • Artist’s Description:

    Summer refreshes the artist's palette. Summer gives us flowers and color generously. Especially summer with friends at the French estate, when you see a wide variety of flowers everywhere and they replace each other every day. But abundant mallow flowers delight us almost all summer.

    They grow everywhere: near the gate or on the corner near the old wall of the estate. They seem to choose their place between light and shadow. And yet, we can say that while I watched them, they replaced each other: those that were below wither, and above them new flowers opened their buds.

    Here, as in many of my paintings, the influence of the style of the 30s is noticeable.   I depicted them at different times of their flowering, on the line between light and shadow. The painting was painted on a pre-prepared canvas with various spontaneous surfaces that were left so in addition to conveying the impression of fragile perfection.

    The artwork was painted with a palette knife and a brush.

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