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Veja, trace of blue Drawing

Natalie Levkovska


Drawing, Tempera on Cardboard

Size: 27.6 W x 39.4 H x 0.1 D in

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Portrait of a semi-nude girl with an expressive face. The long graceful neck, proud profile and very stylish hairstyle combined with fun tattoos on a beautiful, young body are all very inspiring. I drew a portrait of Veja on top of the not quite successful drawing. Next to her face is the face of a young man. It turned out to be a double portrait, which gave the drawing additional meaning. The drawing was sketched from real model in class. This is a one-of-a-kind drawing made by me in tempera, gouache and colored pencils on 300 gsm. cardboard. The drawing was fixed with professional spray varnish for gouache drawings for preservation. The image is signed by hand on the front side. Not framed. Do not hesitate to contact me should you have any questions.

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Drawing:Tempera on Cardboard

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:27.6 W x 39.4 H x 0.1 D in

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For the past few years, I have been concentrating on the theme of animate and inanimate nature. Starting with the theme of roots and delving into the beauty and variety of small details of flowering meadows. In the context of nature, I include lonely images of people as an integral part of the living world. In depicting human beings, for me, it is not only their physical beauty that is important, but also the transmission of their momentary mood, psychological well-being. Sometimes in my drawings I allow myself to be ironic about myself and what I find funny or remarkable in other people. But at the same time, I consciously avoid depressive and aggressive images, because it contradicts my inner ethic not to multiply the violence in the world. I would like to classify my work as Magical Realism, but I think my work reflects more of a psychological Existentialism, looking for its embodiment in natural motifs. 1995-1999 studies at Vilnius Academy of Arts and in 1999. Bachelor's degree in Costume Design; 1990-1995 studies at the Abramtsevo College of Applied Arts and in 1995 obtained a bachelor's degree in stone, bone and wood processing from an artist-master. After the Academy, she worked as a costume designer at the Lithuanian Film Studio, and later as a fur designer in Šilutė. 2006 went to England, where she changed her creative profile, began working in a White Allom studio in London as an artist-decorator, and at the same time began painting with oil. Since 1995 participates in exhibitions in Lithuania and abroad. Natalie have organized 22 personal exhibitions, participated in 16 joint paintings and drawings exhibitions. Member of the Lithuanian Artists' Association since 2020.

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