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Kseniya Rai


Painting, Pastel on Canvas

Size: 15.7 W x 19.7 H x 0.8 D in

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Pastel and acrylic painting on canvas. About author : Kseniya Rai is a bright, young artist originally from Mariupol, Ukraine. At the moment, she lives in Northern Cyprus and this light warm motif and southern mentality could not help but be involved in her art. Artist encourages us to treat everything a little easier than we are used to and, involuntarily, to pay attention to the subtle details, thereby coloring our lives in brighter colors.

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Painting:Pastel on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:15.7 W x 19.7 H x 0.8 D in

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Kseniya Rai, a contemporary artist whose footprint in art is becoming increasingly assured. Kseniya feeds her muse with experimentation and is not afraid to radically switch approaches to creativity and stylistics. The only thing that remains unchanged is working within series and creating her own micro universes in which the artist plays out increasingly complex constructions and interrelationships. Now Kseniya focuses on the analysis of shapes, colour, simple combinations, in more complex compositions. Neo-cubism, surrealism, her usual elements of abstraction, the eternal themes of interaction in personal relationships, relationships between people, as an all unified and interconnected organic whole, but something that reflects the modern era of technologisation, the active integration of AI, the rapid progress with which our society is now imbued. It is as if we are at the crossroads of two epochs and we have not yet decided what we want more, to preserve tradition and authentic canons or to plunge wholeheartedly and boldly into new technological worlds, where in the future, perhaps, we will come to space flight, we will have cures for diseases that are incurable now, we will be able to replace worn-out parts of our body with mechanical ones, where we will be puzzled by completely new questions about humanity and ethics. And while this may scare some people, for the artist it is a direct inspiration. There is something divine and sacred about it, it's like playing with invisible matter on the subtle plane. Kseniya's plots are filled with mythology and complex psychedelia. And it seems that the author doesn't do it deliberately, laying down and programming the reaction, she is like a guide who unconsciously decodes the images in a more understandable way. There is a certain understatement that is a mystery and makes you ask questions. It is not a typical classical cubism, which seems to have no ways of development, it is an exceptional author's rethinking and search for a new way in painting. The artist's strong point is the fullness of the series, when there is not even a chance for a scrupulous, sort of exhausted invention of the plot, due to which a similar lightness in the narrative is achieved, when the plots flow from one to the next canvas. It is reminiscent of the well-written structure of a book or a piece of music, where the whole painting is perceived not as a separate element but as a single harmonious organism.

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