Alena Shymchonak

I'm absolutely mesmerized by Alena Shymchonak's paintings. The Estonian painter uses a palette knife and oil paints to create depth and energy in her seasonal landscapes. Skiers and beachgoers are painted into the nearly three dimensional scenes, giving each piece such dynamic movement and feeling - even without much definition or detail. For example, there's something just so tactile and sumptuous about the striped beach umbrellas and those snow capped mountains, isn't there? Honestly, love. 

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  1. Fantastic artist and use of colour and texture is so unique. Love it! Thank you for sharing.

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  3. Cecelia Lofgreen wrote:

    Thanks for sharing this post! Besides my writing profession, oil painting is one of my favorite hobbies, especially because of its three-dimensional scenes! Nowadays, in the modern era, we may learn many oil painting tips and inspiration on online and social media platforms. One thing that makes me concern, after reading an article on the advantages and disadvantages of social media (you can click this for some free essay samples, ideas, and points of views on this topic). By the way, these 3D oil painting is really encouraging me to have a try! Thanks again for sharing. Excellent painting!

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    3.31.21
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