Tag: oilpainting

Story of a painting from Lake Como

Early morning, town asleep. A woman in a white silk dress, high heels, hair floating in the wind walks lightly down the empty streets of the town. There’s a fresh baguette in her hand and a clutch in the other. Each step synchronized with breathing, taking in the scent of the blooming flowers and that lovely smell of freshly baked […]
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Summer on Capri, Italy

While in lockdown, I get to dream about my summer vacation 2020 which I will have to post-pone to next (hopefully) year.¬†Three oil paintings (a triptych) done on carton, on a very winter evening in Riga, Latvia.¬†Unlike in the Bible, for me first appeared a woman on Capri, Italy. Thinking if to go for another swim before changing into a […]
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