Large abstract painting on canvas with a mountain landscape.

“This day was friendly and quietly called you to him.”

See how I created this painting on my YouTube channel! If you have any questions, please write to me!

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I create a calming atmosphere for people.
I strive to convey harmony and calmness to the audience. I relax the man by using smooth transitions, a small number of colors and objects.

My work cannot be repeated, because the paint flows freely, without obstacles, only directed by me.

I use only high-quality materials. Ink, with proper storage of paintings, retains its saturation for up to 100 years.

Acrylic ink on cotton canvas with a density of 380 g/m².
The pine subframe exudes the scent of wood. Gallery wrapped canvas.
The work is signed on both sides.
Each of my paintings is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.

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