The sky from Moscow

 

1 napkin, oil paint and recycled paint thinner from the Academy of the Arts of Saint Petersburg

 

2016 – 2018

 

This series of paintings have been performed in Moscow. The sky have been painted using only brand new titanium white oil paint and the mountains which are referred to the landscape of Mazarrón shore, in Murcia, Spain, using only used paint thinner from the Academy of the Arts of Saint Petersburg. The level of control of the representation of the sky contrasts with the partially uncontrollable used paint thinner building the mountains.

 

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First approach to the mountain, 2016, Marker over napkin from a café of Paris, 40 x 40 cm

 

1 (a)

 

The sky from Moscow no. 1, 2018, Oil paint and used paint thinner from the Academy of the Arts of Saint Petersburg, 60 x 40 x 4 cm

 

2 (a)

 

The sky from Moscow no. 2, 2018, Oil paint and used paint thinner from the Academy of the Arts of Saint Petersburg, 20 x 20 x 4 cm

 

3 (a)

 

The sky from Moscow no. 3, 2018, Oil paint and used paint thinner from the Academy of the Arts of Saint Petersburg, 20 x 20 x 4 cm

 

4 (a)

 

The sky from Moscow no. 4, 2018, Oil paint and used paint thinner from the Academy of the Arts of Saint Petersburg, 20 x 20 x 4 cm

 

5-b

 

The sky from Moscow no. 5, 2018, Oil paint and used paint thinner from the Academy of the Arts of Saint Petersburg, 150 x 195 x 4 cm

 

8 (a)

 

8 litres used paint thinner from the Academy of the Arts of Saint Petersburg