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Viktorija Bulava (1973)

Posted by Suzay Lamb on May 24, 2012


Nightmare in Pink

Last Supper

Ferrari

Diana

Piano

Deep Blue Goodbye

Actias Selene

Harp

Birth Of Venus

Clock

Fender Stratocaster

Ferrari Testarossa

title unknown

Julianna In The Waterlillies

The Bath

Koi I

Koi II

Night Comes

Bacha

Sarasota Bay

title unknown

See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Say No Evil

See No Evil, Hear No Evil, Say No Evil

Morning

© Viktorija Bulava

official site

 

3 Responses to “Viktorija Bulava (1973)”

  1. Wonderful art work!!!!!!

  2. vincenzo said

    This is inspired by Art Nouveau painter, a genre of art that focuses on flower arrangement and decoration, resting and delighting the eyes, and here, in my opinion, the female nude, with his grace and its harmonious lines, well lends itself to the purpose.
    Art, as we all know, offers unlimited possibilities of expression, so, the work performed in different styles and techniques, must be seen and appreciated for the aesthetic result or expression, that they can achieve, and which should correspond to ‘artist’s intention. At least that’s what I think. And in my opinion, the paintings of Viktorija Bulava, as well as very pleasant and relaxing for those who admire them, appear to be in harmony with what the artist intends to express.

  3. vincenzo said

    Correction: I meant Art Nouveau painting.

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