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Migration | Vermilion sky
  • Migration | Vermilion sky

    - accept commissions -
    2.86 cm edge 
    shiped stretched ready to hang 
    UV varnished
    gloss (but not plasticky)
    certificate of authenticity
    • About the artwork

      • Original artwork
      • H120 x W100 x D2.86 cm
      • watercolour + acrylic + oil

      The result of my recent exploration of the 50 shades of red on canvas while penetrating the unfamiliar territory of deeper less innocent colour pallet. As I ventured into this previously forbidden colour incognito, I found my confidence being at the right level to express the mysteriously inviting, same time frightening subtly sexy skies. Can sky be sexy? something doesn't stuck up. Let say its in the air...something suppressive, something powerful, something darker and more secretive that hides behind the innocent paper planes. ==

      created on 2.8cm softly rounded edge canvas shipped stretched and ready to hang

      watercolour was used as a base, than transparent acrylic to fix the effect and the final two layers are finished with thin oil paint adding definition, smoothing where needed the edges and creating more solid feel to this artwork



      It took me 6 months of trial and error figuring the right canvas maker that gives my watercolour technique the right absolution versus spreading, right colour after drying, possibility to reply layers without lifting previously applied allowing to reach the right intensity as a final result. 

      It took me same amount of time to test various paint makers to figure best that leave a distinct edges upon drying.

      Large canvases certainly give me more joy when they are finished and present greater challenge during the making. Seeing delicate lacing on this scale is truly makes a viewer go wow (while I quietly observe their reactions at the back…). 


      As for inspiration, it goes like this. My whatsapp and email are permanently inundated with photos of dramatic skies on a cloudy day, romantic sunset or that sunrise which almost moved you to tears from every friend in my contact book. And I look. I gaze with awareness. I analyse the lines and colour combinations. Yes, I might be that strange girl you see on the train in the evening that stares with tense face into her phone display… I load my memory with shades and forms only to forget them all at the moment when I take on a blank canvas.  


      Starting new painting I shut down the unnecessary references taping into the visual memory and imagination. I never use photos when I paint sky. Don't want to spoil the excitement when warm beige looks unexpectedly strong on cooler greens and the satisfaction from random intertwining of lavender and shell pink. All that is a journey that stops precisely at the pick.  


      About Migration: 


      Migration is my signature collection that undergone evolution in just over 12 months and started with my encounter of Astrid Bin installation called ‘One Thousand Means of Escape’ featuring  a cloud of suspended paper planes.  I kept that emotional seed and developed my own feet of paper planes that sometimes happy, sometimes moody. In a hurry or undecided where to next. 

      I liked that subtle parallel of a simple manmade object with divine ability to levitate, its fragility and yet determination to defy gravity. Every painting is at least a 12 hours a day 4 days straight self discovery journey completed on one breath. A short but intensely lived paper plane flight of my creative living.

      Medium cotton grain canvas 

      Watercolour is used to crate flowing texture

      Sealed with synthetic medium to prevent staining yellowing and fading. 

      Touched with oil layer and highlighted with white acrylic.


      Full refund including shipping costs paid, if any, will be issued if there is shipment damage or case of great disparity between an online image and the received artwork. Original artwork or print must be returned. Refund will be proccessed within 24 hours upon receipt of the returned painting or the print. 


      size: W60x H70 cm

      308gsm. A heavy-duty matt paper made of 100% cotton rag with a natural white tone and superb black saturation. A subtle fibrous finish and understated colours give photographic and art reproductions alike an organic look and feel.

      Without mounting, unframed


      size: W70x H100 x D4cm

      Sharp, detailed canvas prints that last 100 years without fading. Printed onto bright 400gsm cotton, hand-stretched on heavy-duty 4cm-deep stretchers, your photos & art look compelling. Ready to hang.

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