Looks Like Summer
Oil on canvas
36”h x 24"w - gold frame
See summer through the eyes of a girl named Summer. She holds a large bouquet of various types of flowers that are emblematic of the season. Bright and bold colors reflect the warmth and energy of summer, while the varied assortment of flowers symbolizes the diversity and richness of the natural world. This painting is a celebration of life and the joy that can be found in even the smallest moments, as embodied by Summer and her delightful bouquet of flowers.
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Get to Know the Austin Artist:
Alla paints because art is an international language, a vehicle for intentionally communicating lasting positive energy and being understood. Alla was born in Moldova and grew up in Russia before settling in Austin, Texas. She has trained in oil painting for more than eight years, studying Impressionism under the renowned Eastern European painters Mikhail Kulumbegov and Naim Lamidov.
She doesn’t restrict herself to one genre, but does portraits, landscapes, florals, and more. She takes inspiration everywhere from city arboretums to the flower section of local supermarkets. Much of her work deals with the themes of change and beauty in the natural world. A distinguishing feature of her art is her preference to work with a pallet knife.