The Butterfly Effect Painting by Tui Sada

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The Butterfly Effect

Tui Sada

Spain

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Size: 27.7 W x 19.2 H x 0 D in

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Imagine that you are a dot on a large canvas. Imagine you have friends (other dots). Imagine your surrounding and friends in it. If you move to a corner of the painting, that becomes new painting. Now take a look of the larger picture, see how tiny you are in the entire painting of life. Tiny, but important for the big picture. This Butterfly Effect demonstrates that point of you. This painting was exhibited at: Express bar, Zagreb, Croatia (February-April 2016)

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Painting:Watercolor on Paper

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:27.7 W x 19.2 H x 0 D in

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Tui Sada is a Croatian artist living and working in Barcelona, Spain. His work is multidisciplinary and explores ideas of our modern landscape and environment as well as insights of artists expressions towards the beauty in the world. Art accompanied him since childhood. As a student he started working as a life model in drawing and painting classes. After a year of listening how to draw and paint he decided to try it himself. He is mostly inspired by painters such as Leonardo da Vinci, Pollock, William Turner and Caspar David Friedrich. He is a young Croatian artist who started painting with established academic painter Hrvoje Majer. With his instructions Tui Sada is continuously exploring the world of arts, mostly painting abstract paintings following his emotions and interests. He obtained a bachelors degree from University College of international relations and diplomacy Dag Hammarskjöld in Zagreb. He is looking forward to each new challenge, each new exhibition and commission.