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Shadows and Light - Nude Model Lying

Watercolor ink wash painting in sumi-e technic. Portrayed a young woman lying on her side at night. Inspired by fashion photography.

Inks on paper
50x35 cm, 19.7x13.8 inch
30 x Limited Edition Prints
Giclee print on archival paper
330mm x 490mm 13 x 19inches
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Nude Model in Profile

Watercolor ink wash painting portrayed nude fashion model posing in profile.
Inspired by fashion photography.
In sumi-e ink wash painting technique.
This painting in expressionistic pop art style.

Nude Model in Profile, 2015inks on paper, 44x70 cm

30 x Limited Edition Prints
Giclee print on archival paper
330mm x 490mm 13 x 19inches

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Acrylic painting portrayed the Greek goddess of love, beauty, pleasure, and procreation - Aphrodite.
Aphrodite had many other names, such as Acidalia, Cytherea, and Cerigo.
In this painting nakedness of the body symbolise the birth of material substance from the eternal light.
In expressionistic pop art style.
Inspired by alchemy and esoterica.

Aphrodite, 2015acrylic on canvas, 54x73 cm

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Babylon Tower

Acrylic painting inspired by alchemy and esoterica.
Contemporary intropretation of Babylon tower myth.
The meaning of Tower in Tarot cards - signifies darkness and destruction on a physical scale,
as opposed to a spiritual scale.
In this painting artist using the images of fashion models on background of destorted old houses
to express how the emotional part of human soul is removing the logical constructions of material world.

Babylon Tower, 2015acrylic on canvas, 60x80 cm
This painting is available for the purchase.

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Three Graces of Lisbon

Three Graces or Χάριτες [kʰáritɛːs] is a minor goddesses of charm, beauty, nature, human creativity, and fertility.
In old traditional painting the symbolism of these goddesses was an important part of home decoration bringing the energy of harmony to the house.

Three Graces of Lisbon, 2015acrylic on canvas, 73x54 cm