BLUE BAYJulia Kapitonova-Saada
BLUE BAY – is written as the artist’s impressions from a sailing around Mauritius
A few years back, Julia heard kids talking about spectacular corals as a representation of beautiful flowers under water that’s why she showed them as flowers. We don’t see flowers clearly, they are partially bleached as some corals are. And requires help.
Purple color here symbolizes the human power of those who are trying to protect the corals – they are wisdom, bravery, dignity to their idea and mission and pride in their results.
We see that an orange color is wrapping the corals and magical human work – the orange color represents the synergy of corals itselves and human support and care as the strong energy to grow and optimism to stand whatever happens.
- Single Artist
- Single Work
- Palette knife, pouring
- Acrylic, Structure Paste on Cotton Canvas
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