The subject of work is time and its vectors of relativity. A bit related to what affects us today and none of us predict and can not turn back time, but we can only improve it in the present.
Hand-made frame and self-stretching linen canvas on the frame , painted with acrylic paints for abstraction and modern art, ink splashes and metallic decorative paint. The use of mixed media will help to create a convex part of a broken clock.
Clock decorated with golden leaves – gold is a symbol of prosperity and the introduction of a better life.
Elwira was born in Poland and since 2005 has been living in Ireland, where she discovered her calling to a creative life.
In 2014, after a disease that prevented her from working, Art helped her to recover and this inspired her to share that passion with others to improve mood and provoke to action. In 2015 she became a relaxation art tutor.
She is a visual artist and loves creative experiments and modern art. Favourite form is painting abstract often combined with realism and fantasy. Usually,, her medium is acrylic and mixed media which allow her to play with the search for colours to complete her work. The surrounding world and emotions affect the imagination of the creative process. She does not avoid painting nature and portraits while being creative. Above all, Elwira is a self-taught person, but she supported her knowledge with live courses and online tutorials. Her works have been presented at many prestigious festivals, individual and group exhibitions not only in Ireland but also France, Italy and England, one of her work was also in New York.
All additional information about the artist and prrac can be found on the website https://www.belwiraart.com/
direct contact with the artist at the e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org
In Elwira’s painting you will see strong emotions – joy, thoughts, expectations and hope. Capturing it in colour and shape is a geometric closure of the moment, abstract emotions captured and combining them with realism as seen through the eyes of the artist.