Purple fields (2021)
The flowers are painted from a perspective as one would stand in front looking at the imperfect symmetry of the purple flowers. The nuances of the different blue colors of the sky indicate that the night is coming closer. The artist was inspired by the impressionists and post-impressionists while using her own style.
Hajnalka Fellmann (1979) is a self-taught Hungarian artist based in Switzerland whose paintings have been exhibited nationally and in England. Inspired by impressionism, expressionism, and fauvism during the development of her own style, her artworks convey the beauty found in our everyday lives.
Her contemporary mixed style captures the emotion of landscapes by embracing the effects of the perspective, the color nuances, and the individual view. She is inspired by nature and describes her vivid compositions as being imbued with a "fairy tale nature". Each piece displays strong, sharp colors achieved by different brush and palette knife strokes.
She most often creates using acrylics on canvas. Through her art, she invites viewers on a picturesque journey to follow the beauty of nature together.