Fire Dance Painting by Desislava Tsankova - Jose Art Gallery
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Fire Dance

Original artwork, 61×70 cm, 1999
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Characteristics of the Painting “Fire Dance”

Year of creation1999
Dimensions61 W × 70 H × 2.5 D   cm
Type of artpainting
Materialsoil, canvas

Description of the Artwork “Fire Dance”

Details Title: Fire Dance Size: 70/61 cm without frame Media: Original oil painting stretched on a wooden frame. The canvas is a mixture of linen and cotton. The painting is finished with a layer of UV protection varnish. Edges are painted black. It can be hung with or without a frame. The work will be shipped stretched and well packed to ensure safe arrival. ***Please Note: Colours on your screen may show up slightly different than the colours in the original artwork.

About the artist

I have always admired nature and its forms - from the smallest - those that build bigger, to those that are vast to the human eye. Natural or human, they are always present in one way or another in my work. Through the forms I use I do not look for concreteness, truth in the literal sense of the word, narrative or sense of time and space. Sometimes they decompose beyond recognition into small abstract parts or primary biomorphic forms, through which I seek their impact on our consciousness and the idea of the human and the eternal. Sometimes they are deliberate searches for human or natural forms in space; of the various states which they suggest through their plasticity. Sometimes they are simple, soft and associative, at times deliberately exaggerated to recreate the feeling of something unreal, but at the same time real and lasting. But the forms are always real and eternal, they exist here and now. They are a complex challenge - both to the abstract mind and imagination, to the sensitivity and the ability to orchestrate the senses. Their diversity has many faces and one for each individual viewer.

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