Original artwork description:

The picture is a representation of the constant struggle between the forces of destruction and creation, between chaos and order. Blue and orange lines swirl and intertwine, creating a vortex of energy that is both chaotic and ordered. The destruction of the old is represented by blue, while orange symbolizes the birth of the new. The picture gives us an idea of ​​a dynamic battle between opposing forces, where destruction and creation are intertwined in a cyclical movement of energy.
My works are textile paintings that look like panels, made of natural fibers, wool, silk, viscose. For me, it's not just a textile - it's an art object, a painting on a wool canvas. "I like to experiment with textiles, with their textures and textures.

Materials used:

wool, silk, viscose

Tags:
#abstract #red #energy #textile art 
Red energy (2023)
Mixed-media painting
by Олеся Ткаченко

£2,891.64 Alert

Original artwork description
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The picture is a representation of the constant struggle between the forces of destruction and creation, between chaos and order. Blue and orange lines swirl and intertwine, creating a vortex of energy that is both chaotic and ordered. The destruction of the old is represented by blue, while orange symbolizes the birth of the new. The picture gives us an idea of ​​a dynamic battle between opposing forces, where destruction and creation are intertwined in a cyclical movement of energy.
My works are textile paintings that look like panels, made of natural fibers, wool, silk, viscose. For me, it's not just a textile - it's an art object, a painting on a wool canvas. "I like to experiment with textiles, with their textures and textures.

Materials used:

wool, silk, viscose

Tags:
#abstract #red #energy #textile art 

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This artwork is sold by Олеся Ткаченко from Ukraine

Location Ukraine

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Playing with textures and visual effects, where textiles turn into brush strokes, has become my calling card. I like to call my works "three-dimensional" because my works combine painting, sculpture... Read more

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