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Under water (2023) Drawing by Inna Medvedeva
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- Dimensions Height 19.7in, Width 25.6in
- Artwork's condition The artwork is in perfect condition
- Framing This artwork is not framed
- Categories Drawings under $1,000 Figurative Women Portraits
Size: 50 × 65 × 0.1 cm (unframed)
This artwork is sold unframed. It needed a frame with glass and passepartout.
The drawing is signed on the back.
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I am self taught artist, living in Bishkek,Kyrgyzstan. I don’t remember when I started to draw. When I was a child. Sometimes there were breaks. For instance, when I studied economics at the university.
I used to draw with a graphite pencil and liked monochrome drawings. Then the book “How to draw in pastel” fell into my hands, I bought an inexpensive set of pastels, and so my love with pastels started. I fell in love with color.
Modern professional pastel sets provide ample opportunities for drawing bright pictures of completely non-pastel colors.
At the moment, pastel is my favorite art material. I like its tenderness and velvety texture, especially in portraits. In order not to lose this lightness, I don’t use a fixative, which makes the work more fragile, but airy, and under the glass in the frame it is reliably protected from damage.
Although pastel is my favorite, I also use oil, but less often.
What inspires me is the world around me and the art of other artists. I'm still in search of genre and style.