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  • The artwork "Spring on Nikolskaya Sopka" showcases a captivating autumn landscape. The artist aims to convey the harmony of nature and alleviate the viewer's anxiety. Drawing inspiration from his life experiences and active plein-air work on Paramushir Island in the Kuril Islands, he has created a unique visual style that reflects not so much reality itself, but its aura.

    The artwork depicts boats resting in calm waters, with hills in the background creating a sense of depth and space. The foreground is occupied by bright trees with bare branches, emphasizing the season. The soft pastel tones of the sky and water create a soothing atmosphere, which aligns with the meditative impulses of nature that the artist strives to convey in his works.

    The artist's painting technique, inspired by the Impressionists, fills the space between the viewer's eye and the depicted object with a certain spatial-temporal distortion. The impasto application of paint adds texture and depth to the painting, creating a sense of immediacy.

    The artwork does not merely depict a specific moment in reality but conveys its aura and memory, woven into the fleeting impressions and flashes of the artist's perception. This work also incorporates volcanic ash, adding an extra dimension and symbolic connection to natural elements. Thus, the piece is imbued with nature, capturing the breath of the wind, the sound of the ocean, and the power of a volcanic eruption.

    This artwork is not so much a representation of a specific place as it is an echo of the energy that brought the artist into a profound resonance with nature, evoking a subtle state of mind, a sense of belonging, and harmony with all living things.


    Original artwork by Evgeniya Polyudova


    Size: 19.7*23.6 in
    Materials: oil, canvas


    * The painting is done on stretched canvas using top quality oil 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.

    Spring on Nikolskaya Sopka

    SKU: #10402
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