Colors of Rose Painting by Krista Augius

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Colors of Rose

Krista Augius

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Gossamer vintage roses resting in a color garden

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Krista Augius is a multimedia artist who lives and works in Los Angeles, CA and has an art studio at the Santa Monica Art Studios in Santa Monica, CA. Krista Augius studied Biology and has been mainly a self taught artists from childhood. Her influences in art stem from multiple familial generations. She incorporates the Mische technique to her paintings that she learned in a visionary art course in the hometown of El Salvador Dali in Cadaques, Spain. Her artwork includes working with oil painting, sculpture, installation, photography and short film. Krista takes pride in being from a family of artists such as her grandfather, Paulius Augius, a lithographer and her great uncle Maironis, a recognized lithuanian poet and spiritualist. Her most recent body of work, Mythical Codes, explores relationships between contemporary optical illusions and their effects on the brain while using folkloric lithuanian symbology that have historical roots in Indian Vedic mythology as well as historical transcontinental influence in South America during pre-Columbian times. Krista has dedicated her time to painting for wildlife causes to support endangered elephants, bees and cats and has supported various wildlife organizations.

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