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Eli Gerasimova

(Bulgaria)

PAINTING

 

DETAILS

Mixed Media, Acrylic on canvas
Size : 64 x 60 cm
W64 cm x H60 cm (W25.19 x H23.62 inches)

2015

 

DESCRIPTION
Poppies is an original painting,  complex abstract art composition combined with different elements, textures, and contrasting colors. In this composition, I describe this mystical flower named poppy. Poppy is a symbol of the Mother, of the Virgin. They associate it with female fecundity and fertility. It is associated with female beauty, youth, and charm.

 

BIOGRAPHY

Eli Gerasimova, born in Sofia, Bulgaria, is a talented individual who graduated from St. Luke's High School of Applied Arts with a degree in Design.

 

Continuing her education at the New Bulgarian University, she focused her studies on "Scenography and Contemporary Theater Forms" and completed a master's degree at Southwestern University "Neofit Rilski" with a degree in "Pedagogy and Social Format of Fine Arts."

 

Her love for painting was manifested in early childhood. She participated in various children's competitions and was one of the winners.

 

Over the years, she has grown and established herself as an artist in abstract art. The fact that her works have been purchased and are now owned by private collectors and public institutions confirms her talent and success as an artist. At the same time, she is developing the ability of a teacher to attract children to the beautiful side of art and to light the artist's fire in them.

 

She works in abstract painting, expressing her bright inner spirituality through various colors. A world of its own is a whole of love and harmony. The most remarkable aspect of her art is the way she works with light and color. She calls her works fairy tales. Ethereal, sunny stories where everyone can discover their inner world, characters, freedom of spirit, and vision of the life around them.

 

Eli Gerasimova accomplished four solo exhibitions in Bulgaria and one in Italy at “The Medina Art Gallery.”

 

She has also participated in several collective exhibitions, highlighting the historic first art exhibition at the Toolip Art Gallery Budapest, where she displayed her talent with 46 other artists worldwide.

 

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POPPIES

€1,800.00Price
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