Original artwork description:

Abstract textured acrylic painting on canvas 215x115 cm /45x84 inches (on the stretcher 200x100x4 cm/ 39x78 inches)

The artwork is signed, dated and titled on the reverse and ships in a tube. This method is particularly safe for oversized works and ensures lower transport costs. Rolled works may be easily stretched upon arrival (placed on wooden stretchers for canvases) and/or framed by a local framer.

The artwork is signed, dated and titled. Original artwork with signed Certificate of Authenticity.
My artworks are a result of years of studying spiritual books written by Eckhart Tolle.

Eckhart Tolle, a spiritual teacher and author, often uses flowers as a metaphor for living in the present moment, which is a central concept in his philosophy. He notes that a flower doesn't think about the past or the future; it simply exists in the present moment, fully expressing its beauty and essence. By observing and appreciating a flower, we can learn to live more fully in the present moment and experience the beauty of life around us.
In Tolle's view, flowers can also remind us of the interconnectedness of all things. A flower is not separate from its environment; it relies on the sun, the soil, and other elements to grow and thrive. Similarly, we are not separate from the world around us; we are part of a larger interconnected web of life. By recognizing this interconnectedness, we can develop a greater sense of empathy and compassion for all living beings.
Overall, flowers can serve as a powerful symbol and reminder of important concepts in art and spirituality. Whether we are admiring a beautiful flower in a painting or contemplating the lessons that flowers can teach us, they can help us connect with the beauty and interconnectedness of the world around us.

I would like to invite you to immerse yourselves in a colorful yet calm world of impasto colors full of meditative floral magic.
Style: My technique shows some influence from abstract expressionism and modern art. I use original mixed media in which undiluted acrylic paint, ink, gel medium and structure paste are applied to the canvas.

I like to paint impasto abstract paintings and use spatulas, tubes for writing and usual fruit knives to build three-dimensional flowers and surfaces in my artworks.

Materials used:

acrylic

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#flowers #blue #contemporary art #floral art #living room art #garden flowers #semi abstract painting #xxl painting #tree abstraction #unique art work #modern wall decor #tree paintings #large acrylic painting on canvas #nature abstract painting #landscape format 
Extra large blue acrylic painting "Sky Blooms” (2023)
Acrylic painting
by Anastassia Skopp

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Abstract textured acrylic painting on canvas 215x115 cm /45x84 inches (on the stretcher 200x100x4 cm/ 39x78 inches)

The artwork is signed, dated and titled on the reverse and ships in a tube. This method is particularly safe for oversized works and ensures lower transport costs. Rolled works may be easily stretched upon arrival (placed on wooden stretchers for canvases) and/or framed by a local framer.

The artwork is signed, dated and titled. Original artwork with signed Certificate of Authenticity.
My artworks are a result of years of studying spiritual books written by Eckhart Tolle.

Eckhart Tolle, a spiritual teacher and author, often uses flowers as a metaphor for living in the present moment, which is a central concept in his philosophy. He notes that a flower doesn't think about the past or the future; it simply exists in the present moment, fully expressing its beauty and essence. By observing and appreciating a flower, we can learn to live more fully in the present moment and experience the beauty of life around us.
In Tolle's view, flowers can also remind us of the interconnectedness of all things. A flower is not separate from its environment; it relies on the sun, the soil, and other elements to grow and thrive. Similarly, we are not separate from the world around us; we are part of a larger interconnected web of life. By recognizing this interconnectedness, we can develop a greater sense of empathy and compassion for all living beings.
Overall, flowers can serve as a powerful symbol and reminder of important concepts in art and spirituality. Whether we are admiring a beautiful flower in a painting or contemplating the lessons that flowers can teach us, they can help us connect with the beauty and interconnectedness of the world around us.

I would like to invite you to immerse yourselves in a colorful yet calm world of impasto colors full of meditative floral magic.
Style: My technique shows some influence from abstract expressionism and modern art. I use original mixed media in which undiluted acrylic paint, ink, gel medium and structure paste are applied to the canvas.

I like to paint impasto abstract paintings and use spatulas, tubes for writing and usual fruit knives to build three-dimensional flowers and surfaces in my artworks.

Materials used:

acrylic

Tags:
#flowers #blue #contemporary art #floral art #living room art #garden flowers #semi abstract painting #xxl painting #tree abstraction #unique art work #modern wall decor #tree paintings #large acrylic painting on canvas #nature abstract painting #landscape format 

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“I feel my mission to create art works from inner silence. ” - Anastassia Skopp Born in Russia, Anastassia Skopp was raised by her Mom in the city of Saransk... Read more

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