Gemälde „Ecstas“, Leinwand, Acryl, Expressionismus, Рисунок, Russland, 2022

€ 3 500
Zustand: Neu
Standort: Russland, Moscow
Produktverfügbarkeit: Vorhanden
Alla Aleksandrovskaya
Alla Aleksandrovskaya. Ecstas
Materials: Canvas, acrylic, markers
In this difficult time, a time full of suffering and thoughts of finitude, the romanticization of the end comes to the rescue. An analysis of the meaning of changes taking place and the need to find a new sacredness. The history of world culture shows us that there are universal phenomena and plots that can be traced in different cultures of the world in any era. One such phenomenon and image is the search for ‘Paradise Lost,’ a subject not limited to religious significance; it is also a psychological theme. The powerful existential conflict and the incredible power of confusion affects our actions and thoughts, makes us ask many questions, create an image of a savior or a visualization of a place of refuge from adversity. Being compassionate to people who have experienced difficult emotional moments, breakdowns, and losses, I want to bring a smile to their face, show them a wonderful place where they can take refuge from adversity, draw a magical world, and leave its image in their imagination. This world is flexible and changing; adapting to the state, it can be transformed, completed and modernized. Fantastic fantasies manifest themselves in images, affecting the subconscious with its bright colors. This game stimulates the search for new forms and their emotional expression. These plots also refer to the primary human condition in the world, the harmonious coexistence with nature. The nature surrounding the prototypes of people on the canvases is ready to fill their being, to achieve complete fusion and unity. An opportunity that demonstrates by example how you can create your own paradise, complete this personal perfect reality and infinite worlds, and through this quest, find a new spiritual integrity. This gives a kind of freedom to create your paradise on earth without waiting for the ‘heavenly reward,’ and surround those around you with your paradise.
ID: 45295
Künstler: Alla Aleksandrovskaya (geb. 1989)
Originalität: Original vom Künstler
Herstellungsjahr: 2022
Angewandte Technik: Acryl, Acryl auf Leinwand, Gemischte Technik
Material: Leinwand, Leinwand auf dem Hilfsrahmen, акриловые маркеры
Größe: 90 x 70 x 3 cm
Rahmung: Ungerahmt, Картина без обрамления
Kunst Stil: Expressionismus, Figurativ, Pop Art, Zeitgenössische Kunst, Современный портрет
Стилистик эра:
Genre: Рисунок, современное исскуство, яркие краски
Versand nach: Weltweit
Zahlungsmethode: Banküberweisung
Versandart: Kurierdienst
Warenrücksendung: 7 Tage
Herkunftsland oder -ort: Russland, Москва
Objekt-Typ: Gemälde
Schlüsselwörter: Blumen, Junge Frau, Menschen, Rote Farbe, Розовый цвет, фантазии, яркие краски

Informationen zum Künstler

Я родилась в семье художников, наблюдая за мамой с ранних лет я занималась скульптурой и живописью. Исследуя мир вокруг я пыталась понять и осмыслить реальность и определить своё место в ней. Изучая философию и психологию я нашла собственный язык приемы и средства для выражения сложных, для визуального отображения сюжетов. Исследую проблемы мироздания, жизни и смерти, тему конечности. Вопросы которые я задаю, созвучны с сложившимися в древности религиозно-мифологическими представлениями и поисками, но я предаю им тонкую психологическую нагрузку и пытаюсь раскрыть так, как я это вижу чувствую. Придерживаясь мнения, что не существует объективного положения вещей и точного определения общей для всех реальности. В своих исследованиях я не ограничиваю себя рамками одного сюжета -это симбиоз психологических практик,практических экспериментов и философских поисков.

I was born into a family of artists. Watching my mother from an early age I was involved in sculpture and painting. Exploring the world around me, I tried to understand and comprehend reality and define my place in it. Studying philosophy and psychology, I found my own language, techniques and means to express subjects difficult to visualize. I explore the problems of creation, life and death, the theme of finitude. The questions I ask are consonant with ancient religious and mythological ideas and searches, but I give them a subtle psychological load and try to reveal them as I see them. I adhere to the view that there is no objective state of affairs and no precise definition of reality common to all. In my research I do not limit myself to a single subject; it is a symbiosis of psychological practices, practical experiments, and philosophical quests.