Smilla and the Mimosa
I am so grateful for this magic painting made by Chenyi Sun. Oil on canvas, 40x30 inch (70x100 cm)
Now it is waiting to be framed, then it will have a place of honor in my house.
Do you recognize the photo of my daughter from last year? Swipe 😊
It does not appear in this picture how beautiful it is in reality, I am so impressed with how skilled Chenyi is. Depth, colors, luster.
This painting is a treasure for life 🙏🏻🧡 @chenyi_sun
Красивое произведение искусства, вывешенное в зале или другой комнате, позволит раскрыть Вашу индивидуальность, гармонично и уместно вписать тот или иной элемент в домашний интерьер🏠.
Неповторимый интерьер зала поможет создать эффектная комбинация нескольких стилей. А их существует великое множество!
Каждый стиль интересен по-своему. И выбор полностью зависит от ваших индивидуальных желаний и материальных возможностей.
Произведение искусства вполне способно стать центральным местом помещения и привлечь все внимание на себя. Или остаться ненавязчивым дополнением в стилевом решении дизайнера.
❗️В просторных комнатах лучше размещать большие картины в толстых рамах.
❗️Для небольших по размеру помещений лучше подойдут более изящные изображения, обрамленные тонкой рамкой.
A beautiful work of art posted in the hall or another room will allow you to reveal your individuality, to harmoniously and appropriately fit this or that element into the home interior🏠.
The unique interior of the hall will help create a spectacular combination of several styles. And there are a great many!
Each style is interesting in its own way. And the choice depends entirely on your individual desires and material possibilities.
A work of art is quite capable of becoming the central place of a room and attracting all attention to itself. Or stay unobtrusive addition to the style decision of the designer.
❗️ In spacious rooms it is better to place large paintings in thick frames.
❗️For smaller rooms, more elegant images framed with a thin frame are better suited.
“Cordyline” No. 22 - when I’m stuck as to what to paint, nature has been one of the greatest source of inspiration. It’s amazing how leaves on their own can be so beautiful. After I signed my name, a fly landed on the (wet) canvas and had to be extracted out...😳 #studioseck#studioseckdailypainting#oilpainting#dailypainting
Very cool event yesterday at @strathmorearts where my brother and I gave a talk, put on a little performance, and displayed our individual talents. I’ve got to do more things like this with @treysorrells it was super fun! I still can't believe we are both represented by the same institution what a crazy coincidence 🤔🙌🏾🙌🏾
Çok şey söylemek istiyorum ...
Yangını çıkardıktan sonra küllere bakıp üzülmek boşa demek istiyorum.
Öldürdükten sonra görmek istemek boşa demek istiyorum .
Ve bakıyorum da
Kelimelerim de boşa .
~ Cahit Zarifoğlu ~
Aşırı kararsız kaldığım bir post oldu özellikle fotoğrafları seçerken çok zorlandım en sonda hepsini atmaya karar verdim xjssk fotoğrafları seçmeme yardim eden herkese teşekkürler 🐢 umarım beğenirsiniz 🐣🌊
Some glazing to touch this portrait up
Painting: Snow Storm - Steam-Boat off a Harbour's Mouth, 1842
🔶️J. M. W. Turner
#TurnerPrize 🔶️Since 1984🔶️
The Turner Prize, named after the English painter J. M. W. Turner, is an annual prize presented to a British visual artist. Between 1991 and 2016, only artists under the age of 50 were eligible (this restriction was removed for the 2017 award). Awarding the prize is organised by the #TateGallery and usually staged at Tate Britain, though in recent years the award ceremony has sometimes been held in other UK cities. Since its beginnings in 1984 it has become the UK's most publicised art award. The award represents all media.
The prize was named after Turner because while he is now considered one of the country's greatest artists, while he was active his work was controversial. While he is now looked at as a traditionalist, his new approach to landscape painting changed the course of art history, as many of the Turner Prize winners aspire to do.
Typically, there is a three-week period in May for public nominations to be received; the short-list (since 1991, four artists) is announced in July; a show of the nominees' work opens at Tate Britain in late October; the prize itself is announced at the beginning of December. The exhibition remains on view until January. ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖