About the artist-
The painting of the modern artist Elena Troyanskaya is a synthesis of the author's emotional experiences, embodied in non-objective compositions. The leitmotif of Elena's work is abstract landscapes. These light-bearing and enveloping landscapes are created by combining various techniques and materials in one work: a variety of waxes, mediums, textured pastes. Working with these techniques is a constant experiment. Numerous glazing layers form a unique light-air environment, devoid of the usual firmament and material manifestations. The predominance of air and emptiness creates the effect of an open space that takes the viewer's attention deep into the picture. The viewer unwittingly finds himself at the mercy of the elements, contributing an important component to the general understatement which is his own emotion. Thus, a silent dialogue is born between the viewer and the creator of the painting, and, of course, within himself. Speaking about the visual side of Elena's art, the predominance of dynamics expressed in the diagonal composition development of most works should be noted. It sets a kind of movement trajectory of the eye from the center to the periphery and vice versa. The color scheme of the works is based on the nuances of close shades, while the tonal relations can be as contrasting as possible – from light to almost black. At the same time, the tone is compacted very gently due to the large number application of thin and transparent layers of oil paint. An important aspect of the author's works is the temporary process of perception, gradual immersion in the environment of emerging spaces. The primeval earth is constantly creating itself out of steam and dust; the elements chaotically replace each other preparing for the appearance of life. In this context, the allegory of life is the perception and emotional aspect of the viewer invited to co – create in the current moment.
A picture of any size is sent to you, stretched on a stretcher and it will be ready for hanging. The picture is sent in a rigid package made of many layers of cardboard and everything is securely wrapped with a water-proof stretch film. Along the perimeter of the picture is a shock-absorbing layer that protects the stretcher and the edges of the picture.
If the picture is on hardboard, then it is sent in a rigid package of many layers of cardboard and everything is securely wrapped in stretch film. Along the perimeter of the picture is a shock-absorbing layer that protects the stretcher and the edges of the picture.
The picture is removed from the stretcher and you get a canvas in a powerful and dense tube with a wall thickness of 0.3 cm. An economical and very popular delivery option. Upon arrival of the picture to you, you can pull it in any good baguette workshop in your city.