Durdle Door in the hot afternoon

Irina Fine Art

acrylic on paper
/ 42 x 30cm

About this work

This painting of was done on top of the beetling cliff, capturing the atmosphere of the moment. The brushwork has loose and flowing look. I experienced the urgency I felt when I stood out here, with the threat that the sun was about to disappear and take my image with it. I have been impressed by the scenery and fascinated by the continuously changing patterns caused by the brilliant sunshine and the contrasting shadows of the swiftly moving clouds. Read more »

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IRINA FINE ART

My desire for painting is carried by two foundations: first I like to create paintings, that people look at it and it will bring them peace, happiness, comfort, relieve and be like open door leading in the wonderful new world. To create the feeling in viewer that he is inside the picture and can feel the painting – feel warm sunbeam on him, feel fresh breeze, he can see the reflection in water that brings him peace.

Since I can see that nature has given us a lot of gifts that we don’t appreciate, we forget about it, we want to think something else but if we just look around we can already see what we are looking for. It’s connected to the second foundation I have – that is I admire nature. I get excited about it because I can go and look to the leave of three, its form and shape and it’s just so beautiful. Its shadows - pink and yellow, they make me feel so happy and enjoy the life. I want to create it, if I see water, river or sea then I feel like to paint real living water, that you look the picture and have feeling like you would like to put your hand in that clear water and touch it. I admire nature and I want that feeling and excitement to go through picture and impact the viewer, in the nature is a lot that can bring us satisfaction and peace of mind and happiness. We are just locked in our house and even when we go to nature, we can’t keep the feeling of it.

I would like to give people painting where I have put in piece of my soul, when I’m painting. I put my soul into that, every colour brings his own feeling with it and I like to choose colours and contrasts that will bring good and nice feelings, not upsetting. Most of time abstract art gives work for your brain – you have to think what do you see on it – but if I just create the beauty I see around me, you don’t have to think, you can just enjoy the good feelings that looking the painting gives you, you get satisfaction for your soul and you can just relax.

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