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drowned

by Romina Bandini

The graphics show the two main characters in the story the artist is working on. The main goal of the artist was to convey the feeling of dissociation and instability of the character below – Ali. At the same time, she wanted to emphasize the importance of the figure on the mountain – Ian – in his life, being the main source of light in the illustration. It should also not be overlooked that it is Ian who pulls Ali out of the water.

Ali, however, does not look at the source of the light, but gets intoxicated with it as he looks at his hands. Thus, it focuses on the positives of the relationship without forcing himself to recognize the real source of the feeling.

This work addresses the problem of relationships and connections that people make between themselves. Everyone has a role to play in such a relationship. The artist shows these roles beautifully and metaphorically, also showing the feelings that accompany being in a relationship.

 

1,69 ETH

schärengarten I
archipelago Garden I
skärgård I

by Manuela Mordhorst

The artwork comes from the Archipelago Gardens series, which was created by Manuela Mordhorst in 2019 directly in Sweden. The annual breaks that the artist spends in southern Sweden, near the island of Öland, inspire her to a wide variety of series that sometimes seem abstract or semi-abstract.

This time, the artist, inspired by the archipelago, islands, the Baltic Sea and vegetation, has created an abstract series whose main theme is the environment. In fact, the artist deals here with nature, the elements, and above all with their structures, which look very different. Surfaces such as rocks, trees and even water mix and are realized by the artist in their own form. The special feature of the paintings from this series is that their canvases were originally soaked with water from the Baltic Sea, and then marble powder and natural materials were used to symbolize the harmony of art, man and nature. This is also reflected in the colors used by the artist, which correspond very closely to the colors of nature.

0,60 ETH

schärengarten II
archipelago Garden II
skärgård II

by Manuela Mordhorst

The artwork comes from the Archipelago Gardens series, which was created by Manuela Mordhorst in 2019 directly in Sweden. The annual breaks that the artist spends in southern Sweden, near the island of Öland, inspire her to a wide variety of series that sometimes seem abstract or semi-abstract.

This time, the artist, inspired by the archipelago, islands, the Baltic Sea and vegetation, has created an abstract series whose main theme is the environment. In fact, the artist deals here with nature, the elements, and above all with their structures, which look very different. Surfaces such as rocks, trees and even water mix and are realized by the artist in their own form. The special feature of the paintings from this series is that their canvases were originally soaked with water from the Baltic Sea, and then marble powder and natural materials were used to symbolize the harmony of art, man and nature. This is also reflected in the colors used by the artist, which correspond very closely to the colors of nature.

0,60 ETH

schärengarten III
archipelago Garden III
skärgård III

by Manuela Mordhorst

The artwork comes from the Archipelago Gardens series, which was created by Manuela Mordhorst in 2019 directly in Sweden. The annual breaks that the artist spends in southern Sweden, near the island of Öland, inspire her to a wide variety of series that sometimes seem abstract or semi-abstract.

This time, the artist, inspired by the archipelago, islands, the Baltic Sea and vegetation, has created an abstract series whose main theme is the environment. In fact, the artist deals here with nature, the elements, and above all with their structures, which look very different. Surfaces such as rocks, trees and even water mix and are realized by the artist in their own form. The special feature of the paintings from this series is that their canvases were originally soaked with water from the Baltic Sea, and then marble powder and natural materials were used to symbolize the harmony of art, man and nature. This is also reflected in the colors used by the artist, which correspond very closely to the colors of nature.

0,60 ETH

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