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Rosetta moon Collage

Larisa Ilieva


Collage, Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 84.3 W x 84.3 H x 1.2 D in

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About The Artwork

Sometimes the moon is my inspiration. Her mysterious power wakes me up at night, draws my gaze to her bright light. I want to reveal her secrets. Her radiance mesmerizes me and directs my thoughts to new spaces and matters unknown to me. The moon provokes me to talk, she wants to know everything about me and my emotions. Without realizing it, I respond at night in front of the tripod with a brush in hand and my answer is colorful with many contrasts and soft nuances of tones, turning into strange hand gestures and moving hair from the night breeze.

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Collage:Acrylic on Canvas

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Size:84.3 W x 84.3 H x 1.2 D in

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freelance artist, e-mail: Larisa Ilieva lives and works in Paris, France and Sofia, Bulgaria. « I like to travel in the history of art, to inspire and enrich my artistic research. Using the same language composed by previous artists, I want to develop it and release my creation against the clichés established. The mixture of images already existing in art with contemporary sensibility is the basis on which I try to build my own territory in art. Realizing a game of different aesthetic vibrations, my conception opens to new overlays and bridges between real and abstract, decorative and picturesque. I prefer details and fragments that I make with oriental precision. At the beginning of my work my compositions emerge from the chaos of untreated pure colors, which then give birth to a harmony of new nuances and forms that are organized in unity. The black line is a very important thing in my works, because it has the function of reinforcing the intensity of the painting, which begins to shine like on the stained glass window. When I paint, I always fall into a kind of contemplation of my world of fairy creatures and sacraments. The themes of love, harmony, beauty, eternity remain close to my nature. I prefer to work with acrylic because it is very well combined with most techniques such as collage, oil, watercolor, ink, pastel. I like working with these techniques quite varied, because they are complementary and affect my sensitivity. At the moment, I am happy to use the combination of acrylic and Indian ink. This allows me to obtain in my works a different structure of the surface. Some areas seem hyperactive, others vibrate according to the light, while others overflow. »

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