Maria Isaenok / Мария Исаенок

Maria Isaenok

Maria was named the first Belarusian impressionist. Maria’s still life paintings are extremely attractive and contain some mystery in them. They exude romanticism and enigmatic uncertainty. There are a lot of golden-yellow and emerald green colors in her paintings – those are her favorite tones. “I used to love creating more complicated paintings. They contained a lot of “foreign” details and objects. But lately my stories have become much more simple and laconic,” says Maria. Often times her works also had crooked vases and jam dishes – that was a way to highlight the fragile beauty and vulnerability of the surrounding world. Now her objects are stable and more realistic.

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