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"Demonic vision. Nocturno" goth aesthetic Artwork



Digital, Watercolor on Paper

Size: 23.6 W x 28.7 H x 0 D in

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"Demonic vision. Nocturno" by Rina Garon In the depths of darkness, amidst swirling storms and resonating voids, behold the Demon. Is it a mere vision or a tangible presence? The answer varies for each beholder. Yet, let not anger consume you. Let not hatred or disgust drive you away. For within that entity lies a reflection of oneself, a profound truth. "Demonic Vision" explores the enigmatic relationship between the inner demons we harbor and our own existence. Embrace this profound encounter, for within it lies the potential for self-discovery, acceptance, and a glimpse into the captivating realm of the demonic vision. ▆ This piece of art is part of the collection under the general name "El Arte Nocturno". All artworks from this collection are made in my author's mixed media technique, combining hand-drawing watercolor and digital art. ARTWORK DETAILS ◘ Limited edition: 15 only ◘ The artwork size includes 6 cm (2.4 in) of white space on each side. ◘ Printed on the professional inkjet printer for Giclée printing with Archival ink on paper of museum quality for the highest age resistance, 100% cotton. ◘ The artwork is numbered and hand-signed in pencil by the artist. ◘ Attached is the © "Certificate of Authenticity" of the artist with a detailed description and unique inventory number of the artwork. ◘ The artwork is not framed. ◘ Secure packaging for shipping protection.

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Digital:Watercolor on Paper

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Size:23.6 W x 28.7 H x 0 D in

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Rina Garon is a contemporary artist who develops and explores her own painting technique based on color inversion. Combining traditional watercolor with digital art, the artist redefines the principles of painting by transforming colors into their reverse meanings, combining different components to create a specific color set in the positive of the drawing, and reflecting the idea of the artwork in its negative. Using computer manipulation, the artist breaks the primary physical order of paint layers visible to the eye on paper, and transforms the ratio between plane and space in the drawing, giving it a new depth, a new truth of perception in the digital format. The artist unites all her works by the common name "El Arte Diurno & Nocturno", drawing an analogy with the mysterious inner world of each person, invisible to others, colorful bright in its emotions, and beautiful in its imperfection. “Diurno - It's the light! What we show others, the emotions we share. A white sheet of paper on which we pour out our feelings. Nocturno - It's a mystery hidden in the darkness. Intimate, too personal! The other side of the light, invisible to others, but always present in us” Rina Garon was born in 1985 in Uzbekistan, in the sunny city of Tashkent, where more than a hundred nations, cultures, and religions coexisted peacefully. The artist has Caucasian roots. This contrast of cultures has built a strong bond in the artist's self-definition. It is a deep connection between different ethnicities, her historical roots, and her personal experience. From an early age, she attended art classes. At the age of 12, having passed an entrance exam, she was accepted to the School of the Arts, where she studied drawing, painting, and composition for 5 years, graduating with a diploma thesis. After that, Rina Garon continued her art education at the Faculty of Fine Arts at the Kamoliddin Behzod National Institute of Art and Design in her city, where she received a bachelor's degree in book illustrations and graphics. During her studies, she participated in poster competitions and won various prizes. In 2008, with an anti-drug poster, she won the Grand Prix in a major competition organized by the National Institute of Art, the Academy of Arts of Uzbekistan, and other socially significant cultural organizations in her country. After graduating, Rina Garon started working in the technique of painting - airbrushing and co-founded the airbrushing studio "2MORROW”.

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