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Size: 31.5 W x 39.4 H x 1.2 in
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Painting: Oil on Canvas.
“When The Night Dissolves“ is dark, dreamy, exciting, and color intense painting. Its multi-faceted landscape offers a multitude of visual explorations. The haunting structure rises and touches out of the smokey veil of night, which becomes an equal component of the painting. Midnight moon hovers over the melancholy landscape by heading this enigmatic and intuitive meditation.
The primary colors are green, indigo, and brown. Because it symbolizes nature, green is very visually soothing and therefore allows us to stay calm and refreshed. Indigo is the color of intuition, perception, and the higher mind. Brown, like green, is a color connected to life, growth, and the color of the earth.
✔ The painting signed on the front and back. It is on a gallery wrapped canvas with finished black edges and comes ready to hang. "When The Night Dissolves" conceived and completed by the spring of 2009 at the Island Studio, Jerusalem.
About a process:
This piece I have started with no preconceived notion of where the process will go. There is something magical about the painting being spontaneous, as I only have a certain amount of control over what is out - the rest is serendipity. Although there are only three primary colors, I use various mixtures to create lots of additional shades. By choosing the right hues, I create the desired mood in my pieces. "When The Night Dissolves" is a multilayered work. I build up layers using a variety of techniques with large windows in each so that the final image is a kind of collage of textures.
About a series "Stalker":
Every one of us has dreams, colorful pictures away from where we are. We often assume that reaching our dreams will give us eternal happiness. But our fear, greed and ego, and a desire for some minor level of any sense of peace through whatever medium is available are distancing us from the real relief and freedom. "Stalker" is more deliberately unrooted in the flesh, more removed from the experience of life. This series focused more on metaphysical and philosophical musings, in the hope to find a kind of personal transcendence.
About the artist:
The Israeli artist Alexey Adonin paints the enigma because he intuitively creates scenes in which light, whether pale or underlined, hides and at the same time shows the clue that is inside the reality, a chromatic texture of which underlies it. The sensory qualities of color by itself are inseparable and osmotic, its covering and shaping those inscrutable landscapes as if it were the place of the oracle, whose internal work is the same and to which very few have access. Theodor W. Adorno (a German philosopher) is the one who claims that the most appropriate notion of capturing the essence of art from a cognitive point of view is by enigma. Well, for this work, there is one, and he is not ready to abandon this mission.
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