Where I have never been to #6
The technique of execution combines spontaneity and control. The artist lets the oil form "random" landscapes due to its fluidity, and she makes the sky using a glazing technique to get a lot of shade transitions. This way, she plays with contrasts, which are an important part of her artistic practice. The texture of the landscape elements is also contrasting - the Earth is deliberately convex due to the texture of the oil layer, and the sky is transparent and weightless.
Often viewers see something of their own in her works. Something they've seen before and the places where they've been. The title of this series is a micro-journey through the eyes of the viewers.
Sides are painted but can be framed if needed.
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