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"The way". Diptych. Acrylic on canvas. Path. Diptych, both parts. Acrylic on canvas.

Painting, 180×240 cm

Description of the artwork «"The way". Diptych. Acrylic on canvas. Path. Diptych, both parts. Acrylic on canvas.»

ENG. In "Path" diptych painting I amazing in “what do I feel?” also “what do I see?” about paths, those ones we stand on, choose in or ... draw them for ourselves? Emotionally, it's hard to say whether the paths are already (and always) “up there waiting for us” or it's just where we're going – becomes a path for us... And if go there anyways - who's someday then cutting the path out (for us)? Menthally, it's even harder to say anything about it... So, I'm trying to say here something about it “visionally” and that's how I see feel the theme. So, it's rather lots, lots, lots to research about it: Path. In "Path" diptych painting I've used a "scarce" color scheme with "sharp accents". The painting has a heavy paint texture on the surface (a raised surface). In "Path" diptych I tried to follow my active creative search for combination of free sensual expression and harmonious new fresh color schemes; search in the theme-structure of the painting, it includes my own innovations in purely technical aspect of my art ideas implementation. RUS. In the diptych "the Way" I researched "what am I feeling?" and "what do I see?" on the way in which man is, chooses among them or... who paints for himself? Emotionally, it is difficult to judge – is there any way in advance (and always was), waiting for us or just something where we go – is getting us through... And even if we move through, one way or another – who then one cuts this way (us)? Mentally, it is even harder to answer it all... So I try to speak here "visionale" and that's how I feel, and I see this topic. There is a very, very, very many things to explore on this topic: the Way.
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Art form: Painting

Subject and objects: Fantasy

Style of art: Abstractionism

Technique: Acrylic

Materials: Canvas

Size: 180×240 cm

Location: Tanya Vasilenko

Artwork in selections: 2 selections


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