For Joy VIII. (Queen)
For Joy XIII. contains latin citations from Vergilius, Horatius and Seneca. This painting was created in years 2000-2017. Any painting from this collection is a pure extract of being led by "from above". It is an experiment with my approach towards creation. Some of these paintings have been evolved for 17 years. Usually, the artist paints focusing on the vision of what he wants to depict on the canvas. He considers the composition, colors, structures and the main idea. When working on these little (big) pieces, I let myself be carried away. When developing my paintings, I would freely scribble on high-quality papers placed around, without considering matching colors or anything else. The final outcome is completed by handwritten texts. Whether it being a supportive quote, poem or lyrics, I have always been extremely lucky in finding a fitting text for each and every painting. When creating these pieces, I have felt joy and freedom. I hope these are the same emotions brought by them to you.
W 38.10 cm x H 50.80 cm
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About the Artist
About artist Sarah I. Avni The artist's work will enchant you with its beauty, vivid colors, storytelling symbols and they will leave a vibe of positive energy in you. Sarah finds her inspiration rather in eastern philosophy and its approach than in western painting. Her work is recognizab...