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The artwork was painted completely underwater during scuba diving with special environmentally friendly paints. This technology was developed by the author. These paints are resistant and durable, like oil paints. I made this one within 2 dives at 1.5 meters deep, and in over 3 hours. The incoming wave created ripples on the surface, caressed the green anemone, pushed my hand, and kept putting sand onto my work. It was far more difficult to work in shallow water. Strong current tried to overturn my easel and me. Still, I was able to portray two curious Nemo fishes, joyfully looking out of their anemone home, ready to hide again at any moment. My stripy models lived close by the site where I created my “Harmony”. And one time I realized that I start recognizing them, and it looked like they were able to recognize me as well. You can read more about my artworks in a mass media using the link https://olgadiving.com/en/media/ This artwork is framed plastic, but can be sent in tube or on the stretcher or with frame. The artwork is titled and signed on the back side. The original stretcher may have small natural evidence of being underwater. This does not affect the quality of the artwork, but only confirms the way it was made. All are shown in the last photo above
Painting:Oil on Canvas
Size:11.8 W x 15.7 H x 1.6 D in
Packaging:Ships in a Box
Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.
Olga Belka is a unique underwater artist the only underwater portraitist in the world. She developed a unique technology of painting in salt water allowing her to paint from nature detailing the smallest details of the underwater world. She travels and paints all over the world. Olga managed to achieve not only the desired visual effect and environmental friendliness but also the durability of the paintings. She creates paintings completely from beginning to end from nature on the seabed. Each painting required from two to six dives and every dive lasts up to three hours. ⠀ Olga Belka paints not only corals, fishes, turtles, and other sea life. But she also works with staging. She creates various story compositions. For example, stories of treasure. To do this, she uses additional props, safe for marine life. ⠀ Having gained experience in painting underwater landscapes, Olga Belka set about creating a completely new art direction – an underwater portrait. In the water column, humans obey completely different laws of physics and are surrounded by new unfamiliar energies and a completely different harmony. Being under the authority of the same energies, Olga captures them on canvas. ⠀ Olga Belka’s unique studio is an underwater world where she creates the paintings while diving. The sea is a boundless resource of inspiration and energy for her and Olga Belka wants to share her vision of the underwater kingdom with the world. In addition, Olga wants to draw the attention of the world community to the beauties of the underwater world and the need to protect the environment. That is why Olga create paintings underwater.
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