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The way to the mountains Painting

Lilia Orlova-Holmes

United Kingdom

Painting, Oil on Canvas

Size: 59.1 W x 39.4 H x 1.2 D in

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On this day last year, I was travelling to the Atlas Mountains from Marrakesh. Here is one of the paintings created from sketches I made along the way. “The way to the Mountains”. 2022/2023 Oil on canvas. 100x150cm.

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Painting:Oil on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:59.1 W x 39.4 H x 1.2 D in

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Lilia Orlova-Holmes is a contemporary British painter. She had a number of solo exhibitions, including A Small Pan of Porridge at the Kings Street Gallery, London (1993), Fruit and Flowers at the Chelsea Gallery, Chelsea Town Hall (2003), Flowers at the Helpen Gallery, Kent (2021), The joy of colours at John Davis Gallery, Cotswolds (2022), Ready for the Spring, The Halpern Gallery, Rochester (2023) Currently, her works are on show in Carden Park, Chesher, at the exhibition Expressions of Colour, curated by BBC's Antiques Roadshow expert and Fine Art curator Grant Ford. In addition, her works are in many private collections worldwide. Art critic and curator Aindrea Emelife wrote about Lilia's work: "The ethereal beauty of Lillia's fantastical gardenscapes is mixed with a loose Impressionist technique, as brush marks seem to fall off the canvas. Allow earthly splendour to fill the room with dreamy romance and a distinct Japanese calligraphic influence." Her recent work reflects on the artist's progression to looser and freer brushwork, expressing her own emotive intuition. While these pieces are anchored in figurations they are no representational or observational but are explorations of feeling awoken by artist's search for inner meaning. Lilia finds her inspiration in the way nature creates endless variety without judgment on what should or should not be. The viewers are invited to step into the artwork and experience the emotion awoken in them.

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