Kerisa & Zind
Museum Quality Art Print, Limited Edition of 25, 26 x 35cm
In this schematic piece of digital art, Paola Minekov exhibits a fascination with African masks and tribal art and interprets their graphism as if creating a drawing. The piece is resemblant of a woodblock in the thickness of the lines and the simplicity of black and white portions.
Two imagined titular characters are juxtaposed to one another, similarly to the characters of the artist’s “Undercurrents” series. They are the constantly present female and male principles, two sides of the same coin.
Buying an artwork can bring many spiritual and material benefits to your life. The artists's expression and imagination conjure vivid colours and shapes, which are an essential part of our wellbeing, both personal and professional. Find out which are the main reasons to buy art in 2020.
Occupied by one artist, shared or collaborative, contemporary art studios are interesting places to visit. An art lover or collector can meet the artist personally and engage in a conversation learning about their practice and work.