The work is inspired by the Winter Olympics, and more specifically by skating. Reaching the grand finale, tremendous strain on the racers and the incredible joy of winning. The incredible movement and grace in the athletes are so beautiful and great for the eye of the viewer …
The artwork is painted with high quality French olive paints and high quality Italian acrylic paints. It is filled with my original and unique technique that gives a lot of relief (physical texture) and makes the work look unique, aesthetic joy for the eye of the viewer. The work has a certificate of authenticity, as well as a cord for wall hanging. I am sure it will bring a lot of joy and satisfaction to your home.

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