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Observing Formlessness

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Observing Formlessness
2019,
Oil on canvas
28x22 in

$950

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Observing Formlessness
2019,
Oil on canvas
28x22in

About the piece
One moment on the material plane, another moment somewhere else. Altered feelings, altered colors and a sense of flying in space, just like a mini-organic-spaceship. Noticing multicolored plasma being transformed into a familiar form to create a convincing illusion to entertain the Awareness with a never-ending theater. This artwork is one of a kind. Made with high-quality professional oil paint on a gallery wrapped canvas. Painting is signed / dated on both front and back. Painted sides, unframed and ready to hang. Certificate of authenticity attached.

About the artist
Anita Zotkina was born in Odessa, USSR in 1971. She was introduced to art by her parents who were art-lovers, and who provided art supplies and encouraged her to paint at a very young age. She became a full time artist when she was 18. Back then her paintings were sold at the Odessa City Garden as well as various galleries. At the age of 27 she immigrated to New England, US and where she continued her artistic career. Her paintings are in private collections in USA, Argentina, UK, Italy, Russia, Ukraine. She works with multiple media including oil, acrylic, charcoal, pencil. Anita doesn’t focus on one subject. Things come in waves for her, and her art expresses stages of the world around her. The purpose of her art is to invoke mind-opening thoughts and feelings, to see each being as a beautiful creation of the universe that deserves love and care.

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ANITA ZOTKINA



Anita Zotkina was born in Odessa, USSR in 1971. She was introduced to art by her parents who were art-lovers, and who provided art supplies and encouraged her to paint at a very young age. She became a full time artist when she was 18. Back then her paintings were sold at the Odessa City Garden as well as various galleries. At the age of 27 she immigrated to New England, US and where she continued her artistic career. Her paintings are in private collections in USA, Argentina, UK, Italy, Russia, Ukraine. She works with multiple media including oil, acrylic, charcoal, pencil. Anita doesn’t focus on one subject. Things come in waves for her, and her art expresses stages of the world around her. The purpose of her art is to invoke mind-opening thoughts and feelings, to see each being as a beautiful creation of the universe that deserves love and care.