Artist Uses Layers Of Paint And Digital Art To Create Mesmerizing Paintings – Design You Trust

Artist Uses Layers Of Paint And Digital Art To Create Mesmerizing Paintings

Golsa Golchini is an Iranian artist who combines layers of paints with digital art to create miniature worlds. Using acrylic paint, the Milan-based artist paints 3D waves and slopes, whilst the tiny figures are done digitally and added to the abstract landscapes via ink transfers and applied by hand.

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Golchini says that her art pieces are made to look understandable, but they also want to tell the most profound stories of all times.

“My artworks are my way of communicating with the observer about the things of everyday life that we all have in common,” a statement for Return On Art read. “Although the artworks are simple, they are usually expressing challenging situations.”

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