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I really dig this Mediterranean Landscape, With Cypress Trees painting by Suren Nersisyan. I’ve never been to the Mediterranean, or anywhere close to it. Except this picture takes me right there.
Suren says, There is an internal and external world. Each of us sees and feels in an unrepeatable way. Our experiences and introspections shape the path of how we see and sense the world. I constantly analyze my senses and feelings from what I see in my surrounding.
Just like Kandinsky will do abstractions, or Cézanne will think about his still lives, he tries to build harmony on the surface of his compositions developed by textured paint, lines, shades, and colors.
His paintings reflect the objects and surroundings processed through intellect and logic. On his canvases, the sense of beauty or drama is presented in harmony. The “path” of his art is an endless search to achieve that global senses we all feel if there is a deep enough intelligence.
It does not matter what is the style of the artists and what materials they use when visual harmony exists in their works. It is beyond our subjective taste and desire. It is something abstract we are all capable to feel only if we develop our visual perception. That is what makes artwork timeless and puts it above what is popular in confusing modern times.
Suren is in the Saatchi gallery. He lives and works in LA. If you dig this as much as I do, here is my special link to purchase.