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A field of rosehips

Ivana Olbricht

4.142,00 (Incl. local VAT 4.142,00)

Sold by: Ivana Olbricht, Slovakia
Completed: 2018
Dimensions: 209 × 148 cm

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Unique “Magic of the spring rain”, by Ivana Olbricht. At BeArte Gallery you can buy artwork online directly from the artist.

n original one of a kind palette knife painting.
Warm autumnal tones.
The colors are bright and vivid.
Green, orange, magenta, pink, purple-red, yellow, copper, golden.
It will certainly brighten up even the darkest room.

Professional acrylics on a high- quality 400 g/m² linen loose canvas.

I apology for the quality of the picture as the artwork is not stretched on any frame and it is the huge size it was impossible to make it 100% flat.

The size of the canvas is 222 x 162 cm
The size of the actual painting is 217x 156 cm
After you have it stretched by any local framer onto a deep edge blind frame the size should be 209 x 148 cm. This way the painting will cover the edges as well and it will look like on the main picture.

Each of my paintings comes with a certificate of authenticity, hand signed by me- please refer to pictures.

It will send in the tube. And the tube will be wrapped in bubble foil and inserted into the cardboard box for maximum security against any damage.

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Weight 4 kg
Dimensions 209 × 148 cm

Ivana Olbricht

Ivana Olbricht is an independent professional full-time artist born in 1978 in Nitra, Slovakia. In the earlier stage of her artistic career, she was presenting her artwork only in Slovakia. After her pressures twin- girls grew up a bit, she decided to go ‘’back on track’’ and showed her artworks to rest of the world as well. Since then her artworks are part of many private collections in her homeland as well as abroad. She graduated from analytical chemistry, but she exchanged the lab for a studio. It may seem that chemistry has nothing to do with the art the opposite is the truth. She sees the world as a spectrum of colours, she breaks the reality into the pieces, she looks under the surface, she brings highlights the important fragments and she is trying to capture her vision onto the canvas. Her favourite tool is a palette knife. She prefers creating extra-large paintings using thick layers of colours to convey depth texture and movement. It gives her enough space to ride with her craft tools, a room to play with layers, colours and texture. She doesn’t believe in mistakes. The art is an experiment. She doesn’t plan the outcome of the artwork, she stops once she feels the piece is ready. Her favourite tool is a palette knife. Her imagination and an open mind don’t allow her to focus only on one style and technique as art is about freedom, not a restriction. She believes that if we do not force things and let them flow everything will find its place. She often looks at life and things from above and this idea she adopts into her works as well as in her life.

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