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Floral Transformation


Anastassia Skopp



The diptych "Floral Transformation" holds a unique feature that sets it apart - it can be experienced individually, together, inverted both vertically and horizontally, or even as separate elements. Whether hung as a unified composition, divided into an intriguing pair, or arranged with captivating asymmetry, each element of this diptych can exist as a standalone piece.
This artwork, much like all my creations, draws inspiration from the profound philosophy of Eckhart Tolle, seamlessly intertwined with the overarching theme of rebirth. The artwork dignifiedly conveys the essence of Tolle's teachings, inviting viewers to contemplate the nature of change, the art of embracing the unknown, and the liberating act of detachment from past experiences. The partially blossomed white roses symbolize the blossoming of awareness and the transition into a more enlightened state of being.

Born in Russia, I studied art for 8 years (1984- 92) at the state art collage named P.F. Ryabov for children and young persons. There we were instructed in drawing, composition, painting art and sculpture by well-known artists and painters.

1984-1992 - Education at the State Art Collage named P.F. Ryabov in drawing, composition, painting art and sculpture (Saransk, Russia)

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