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The painting is part of a diptych - the two vertical panels, depicting a tranquil summer rain landscape, are designed to be displayed together or separately. Soft natural colors dominate the scene, with hues of pale green, gray, and white creating an atmosphere of calmness and serenity. The aquarelle-like technique is lending an ethereal quality to the painting. Drips and smudges add to the feel of the summer rain, evoking a sense of freshness and renewal. Whether viewed as a unified piece or as individual panels, the diptych invites viewers to immerse themselves in the gentle beauty of nature's quiet moments.

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acrylic

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#landscape #nature #summer #green #trees #abstract landscape #fresh #impressionism #rain #diptych 

Light Summer Rain I (2024)

Acrylic painting 
by Silvia Vassileva

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The painting is part of a diptych - the two vertical panels, depicting a tranquil summer rain landscape, are designed to be displayed together or separately. Soft natural colors dominate the scene, with hues of pale green, gray, and white creating an atmosphere of calmness and serenity. The aquarelle-like technique is lending an ethereal quality to the painting. Drips and smudges add to the feel of the summer rain, evoking a sense of freshness and renewal. Whether viewed as a unified piece or as individual panels, the diptych invites viewers to immerse themselves in the gentle beauty of nature's quiet moments.

Materials used:

acrylic

Tags:
#landscape #nature #summer #green #trees #abstract landscape #fresh #impressionism #rain #diptych 
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I was born and raised in Bulgaria where I took my first art class at the age of twelve. After obtaining my MFA I lived in Japan for six years.... Read more

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