My journey to Australia served as the inspiration for my artwork. It was there that I found the perfect muse and visual reference for my piece, which is dedicated to swimming, a sport I deeply cherish alongside surfing.
I ventured to the most remote country, where the Bondi Icebergs Pool, located adjacent to the renowned Bondi Beach in Sydney, captivated my heart. The Icebergs Pool has been in existence for over 80 years, initially created for surf lifesavers. Equipped with an artificial heating system, it allowed them to train even during the winter months. Today, it is open to all who seek its solace.
For me, this place beckons me to return, where nature and human ingenuity intertwine in a beautiful dance, complementing each other. The gentle Pacific Ocean waters splash against the pool's edges, adding their own harmonious notes to the symphony. The pristine white cliffs, the vibrant emerald greenery, and the refreshing turquoise ocean create a mesmerizing scene. Swimmers power through the water with their robust strokes, blending with the sun's rays and the ocean's embrace on one side and contrasting with their sun-kissed bodies on the other. It's a place of strength and inspiration. If there's such a thing as a perfect pool, this is it.
The painting illustrates that with unwavering determination, all dreams can be realized. For several years, we harbored dreams of visiting this distant and enigmatic country. Throughout this time, life's challenges and the state of the world continually posed obstacles, suggesting that it was impossible under current circumstances. But is there anything truly impossible for a person when they genuinely desire it? It's as though the universe begins to lend a helping hand. The painting serves as a reminder that one should dream big and boldly.
Original artwork by Alexandra Beshko
Size each module: 39.4 x 27.6 x 1 in
Total hang on your wall is : Height: 39.4 in x Width: 55.1 in
Materials: oil, acrylic, pigment chalk, canvas
* The painting is done on stretched canvas using top quality oil and acrylic paints and materials.
* It is ready to hang on the wall. The edges have also been painted, so it is not necessary to frame it.
* Carefully packed: The painting is sent in cardboard boxes wrapped with great care in bubble paper.top of page
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