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  🎆New Year, New Beginnings 🎆
10% off full price items code: BEGIN10
15% off $695+ code: BEGIN15
Ends 31st January  · Terms

Aynika Karo

Joined Artfinder: Feb. 2021

Artworks for sale: 91

(1)

Russian Federation

About Aynika Karo

 
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  • Biography
    In my art, I explore the relationship of objects with the surrounding space.
    Whether an object moves or is static, alive or not, there is always one or another interaction with the environment.
    This interaction is manifested in the way we see the big picture of reality instead of disparate objects.
    Objects are connected, flow into each other, creating a general picture of reality for the beholder.
    I try to capture these connections, intersections, movements of forms in my paintings.
    People inspire me the most. External plasticity of the body and internal state of mind. The relationship of a person with himself and the people around him. The connection of human life with fleeting time and the connection of the human body with the surrounding space.

    I work with acrylic because I love its ability to work quickly without waiting for long layers of paint to dry, and it doesn't slow down my speed in the work I follow.
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  • Education

    2008 - 2013

    THE ILYA GLAZUNOV RUSSIAN ACADEMY OF PAINTING, SCULPTURE AND ARCHITECTURE

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Education

2008 - 2013

THE ILYA GLAZUNOV RUSSIAN ACADEMY OF PAINTING, SCULPTURE AND ARCHITECTURE


There are no upcoming events


 

Biography

In my art, I explore the relationship of objects with the surrounding space.
Whether an object moves or is static, alive or not, there is always one or another interaction with the environment.
This interaction is manifested in the way we see the big picture of reality instead of disparate objects.
Objects are connected, flow into each other, creating a general picture of reality for the beholder.
I try to capture these connections, intersections, movements of forms in my paintings.
People inspire me the most. External plasticity of the body and internal state of mind. The relationship of a person with himself and the people around him. The connection of human life with fleeting time and the connection of the human body with the surrounding space.

I work with acrylic because I love its ability to work quickly without waiting for long layers of paint to dry, and it doesn't slow down my speed in the work I follow.
 
 
 
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