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ARTIST OF THE WEEK

We select 4 artists a week to be featured. This week our topic is painting.

The winner for this week is Elena Kiannu

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Cai Qinying

Cai Qinying, a gifted artist from China, specializes in emotionally evocative oil paintings. Her artistic journey, rooted in childhood as a refuge from dyslexia, has evolved into a captivating exploration of classical artistry. As a talented storyteller, Cai Qinying invites viewers to connect and feel the common threads of our shared human experience as well as reminds us of a fleeting nature of emotions and life experiences. 

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Lea Laboy

Lea Laboy is an academic oil painter whose works balance between impressionism and minimalism with references to conceptualism. Art theorist, researcher of the development of painting techniques. Still life is the most famous thematic group in the painter's work.

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Gina Pan

 I work primarily in watercolor– a medium that is decidedly capricious with a mind of its own. Drawing inspiration from a variety of sources, ranging from Klimt and Mucha to Tran Nguyen, I sought to depict these stories in their full glory, juxtaposing sharply precise linework alongside blooms and washes of watercolor paint while incorporating gold ink and foil to bring their full strength and power to life.

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Elena Kiannu

Artist Elena Kiannu - In the creation of the Botanical Garden collection, Elena draws inspiration from memories, travels, and an in-depth study of plants. Her aim is to capture and express the inherent shapes and vibes of flowers and plants, seamlessly combining greenery that might not coexist in reality. Each piece in the Botanical Garden collection becomes a journey, where tangible elements converge with the boundless imagination of the artist.

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