Silver Blues Painting by Larisa Ilieva

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Silver Blues

Larisa Ilieva



Size: 23.6 W x 23.6 H x 0.8 D in

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From among the flowers in the Gardin des Plantes appear a head of a girl, who in the first moment I realised as a beautiful creeper. Her hair looked like a stem of rose rising up to the sky. The sound that came from this colorful landscape reminded of some old tune. A little later I heard distinctly Parisian accent, which was droning through the alley. This image of a girl was retained in my mind for a long time. Then it is appear in one of the paintings that I was preparing for the exhibition in Luxembourg. I was working on a series of canvases which was dominated by floral elements. And it was not by accident. My inspiration came from the grandeur of the Parisian parks, where I spent most of my time. The silver glow of the air, the color play of the nature, all this gave me unspeakable charge for creation.

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:23.6 W x 23.6 H x 0.8 D in

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freelance artist, e-mail: Larisa Ilieva lives and works in Paris, France and Sofia, Bulgaria. « I like to travel in the history of art, to inspire and enrich my artistic research. Using the same language composed by previous artists, I want to develop it and release my creation against the clichés established. The mixture of images already existing in art with contemporary sensibility is the basis on which I try to build my own territory in art. Realizing a game of different aesthetic vibrations, my conception opens to new overlays and bridges between real and abstract, decorative and picturesque. I prefer details and fragments that I make with oriental precision. At the beginning of my work my compositions emerge from the chaos of untreated pure colors, which then give birth to a harmony of new nuances and forms that are organized in unity. The black line is a very important thing in my works, because it has the function of reinforcing the intensity of the painting, which begins to shine like on the stained glass window. When I paint, I always fall into a kind of contemplation of my world of fairy creatures and sacraments. The themes of love, harmony, beauty, eternity remain close to my nature. I prefer to work with acrylic because it is very well combined with most techniques such as collage, oil, watercolor, ink, pastel. I like working with these techniques quite varied, because they are complementary and affect my sensitivity. At the moment, I am happy to use the combination of acrylic and Indian ink. This allows me to obtain in my works a different structure of the surface. Some areas seem hyperactive, others vibrate according to the light, while others overflow. »

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