Jazz Singer
Jazz Singer
Jazz Singer
Jazz Singer
Jazz Singer

Jazz Singer

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Original Wall Art - Acrylic on Canvas (1/1)

This work represents Tatyana's latest 2019-2022 collection, which includes dynamic compositions on canvas painted with acrylic that utilize abstract colorful backgrounds in combination with her signature lines complementing and completing each other.

In the midst of the canvas, a mesmerizing figure takes center stage - a female jazz singer, every line and curve of her form meticulously crafted in intricate line art. She exudes confidence and passion, her posture both graceful and commanding. The arch of her neck, the tilt of her chin, and the sway of her dress are all captured in precise, deliberate strokes of black acrylic.

The background is a symphony of warm tones, with deep reds, rich browns, and shimmering golds melding together in a gradient. This palette conjures the dim lighting of a smoky jazz club, where the air is thick with anticipation and the golden age of jazz is in full swing. The ambiance is unmistakably reminiscent of the famed clubs of New York City or Chicago, one of the places known for its vibrant jazz scene.

Golden flecks, scattered sporadically across the canvas, catch the light, resembling the sporadic glints from brass instruments or the subtle gleam of a spotlight. The entire scene is imbued with a sense of nostalgia, transporting the viewer to a time and place where music was the heartbeat of the city. 

Size: 30" x 40" x 1,25" or 76cm x 102cm x 3cm (stretched)

Medium/Material: Mixed Media (Digital/Ink/Acrylic) on Canvas

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This unique artwork is exclusively created and signed by the artist, has an accompanying Certificate of Authenticity. Limited edition prints are available.

Disclaimer: This artwork derived from personal observation, imagination, sketch or photograph. All Copyrights and Reproduction Rights are retained by artist Tatyana Markovtsev / Feel The Line. This artwork cannot be reproduced by any process.

 


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