In the series of flower portraits of women, I refer to the female portraits of famous artists.
Artists have turned to the image of the female image at all times. And this topic does not leave me indifferent. Studying portraits of different eras, I felt that no matter how fashion, social status, costumes, hairstyles, proportions change, something in women remains unchanged. Some part of their soul, something unspeakable, something that makes a woman a goddess. This is the riddle I tried to express by using the beauty of colors as a constant that exists outside of time. She used such tactile mediums as pastels and velvets to embody them, trying to emphasize the velvety texture of colors and the luxury of costumes.
Artwork is decorated in a wooden baguette and carefully packed for transportation. After receiving the picture, it is necessary to protect it with glass. To preserve the perception, we recommend using museum anti-reflective glass. When making a design, we recommend creating an air layer between the surface of the drawing and the glass. To do this, you can use the products of FrameTek (econospace) or similar.
Proper design will keep the colors clean and bright for hundreds of years.