Over the centuries, artists played a great role in investigating and depicting the feminine, often achieving great outcomes. For a long time, however, the woman’s body was a taboo, and only some of its deepest nuances came alive in art.Continue reading
“Le Noir” II
Last year, I started the DARK ART collection. In the Dark Art the artist transmits his thoughts in a very mysterious way and, occasionally, combining surrealist elements, visually stunning scenes, where the black predominates over all colours.Continue reading
Gold leaf can be a wonderful addition to acrylic painting, as it provides contrast in sheen and reflectance. I have always loved using gold leaf for my artwork so I use both gold and silver leaf a lot in my paintings.Continue reading
For centuries, artists and artisans have turned to gold leaf as a way to make their creations shimmer and shine. Evident in everything from ancient artifacts to modern masterpieces, the glistening gold accents can add an ethereal touch to any work of art.Continue reading
“Ask Angels about Paradise”
The contemporary art, EARTH collection is inspired by the subtle neutrals and the magic textures surrounding us in nature and architecture. It is the time when you find yourself looking around dreaming you could just hold on to the moment – no other worries of the future plans, holding on to every little detail of texture and push of wind to transport you to freshness and newness of being in this calm place.
“Le Noir” is the beginning of the DARK ART collection.
I am so excited to share this with you! This collection embodies a journey of transformation, learning and finding yourself through your darkest times. It is all about neutral tones, monochrome style and fine textures.
I hope you will love the unique texture and beauty of it.Continue reading
Citylandscaping in Oil
If you’ve never learned how to play music, sitting with a group of musicians using technical terms to describe their work can be a whirlwind of confusing, beautiful language. A similar situation can occur when speaking with artists who paint with oils: suddenly you’re in a conversation where they’re debating the finer points of pigments, discussing the benefits of canvas versus linen, brush recommendations, and a technique called “wet-on-wet.”Continue reading