The uniqueness of Inna Savenko's works lies in the energy which is felt next to them. They bring pleasure both to the eyes and the soul. "I realize, the state I have while creating my works is imprinted in my paintings forever and they radiate it into the world." If God gave my eyes the opportunity to notice beauty where someone would pass by, if He gifted my hands the ability to transferr it to the canvas, then perhaps I can shift people's attention to the beauty around us. I want to invite the viewer to co-creation with my works. It would be too boring and predictable to take and tell the whole story on canvas. It would be only my personal, for which I allowed to observe. I want to allow your consciousness to create its own worlds, stories through my paintings. I only set the general mood, sensation. And the story, the narration is already your manifestation. And the painting becomes not only mine, but our common work. Because the visual part is only a tiny part of the painting component. It's like an iceberg, a visible element on the surface, but a large part is hidden underwater. Here most of it is the experience of the viewer, his feelings, manifestations of his inner world. I invite you to walk this path of creation together with me." It is made in the unique textured oil painting technique (it is drawn without a brush, but with a palette knife). It fills the picture with unrepeatable texture and a lot of amazing effects. The canvas is stretched over the pine bars.
Painting:Oil on Canvas
Size:15.7 W x 15.7 H x 0.8 D in
Ready to Hang:Not applicable
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The uniqueness of Inna Savenko's works lies in the energy which is felt next to them. They bring pleasure both to the eyes and the soul. “I have two passions: painting and spiritual development. I have been painting since childhood, and I've been doing it professionally since my youth. I studied decorative art at university. I was fortunate enough to study a course which included not only the classical drawing and painting classes, but also many decorative techniques. This is how I became a truly versatile artist who masters a variety of materials and can combine them. I like to move from one technique to another, compare their expressive abilities and sometimes synthesize them into something new. Today I master the techniques of drawing, oil painting, acrylic, watercolors, dry pastel, batik, resin art and some types of sculpture. I also tried myself in jewelry and decoration, and I'm not going to stop there. I am inspired by the image of Dali, who did not put himself in the framework of one technique, because learning the world through different faces of art is much more interesting. Speaking of self-development, I stepped on this path consciously when I turned 29, although I have been looking for it intuitively all my life". In 2016 the young artist takes the path of exploring the needs of the human soul and the secret of a happy life. Having studied the practical experience of many cultures, for example, yoga, meditation, Taoist practices, qigong, Slavic practices, cosmoenergetics and much more, Inna brought this philosophy into her works. “I have always felt I can bring happiness to people through my creativity. I have always tried to work in a good mood. And now I know how it works. I realize the state I have while creating my works is imprinted in my paintings forever and they radiate it into the world. Every time while working at my painting, I dream it will become a talisman for the house, which will bring peace and love to the owner. Before work I always immerse myself in a state of goodness and love. Harmonizing music helps me in my work. And people feel it. They spend hours in my gallery and say they don't want to leave. One day I decided to conduct a survey among gallery visitors to find out how my works make them feel. The most popular answers were “happiness” and “serenity”. I find the meaning of my work in the opportunity to convey the state of love and joy to the viewer.
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