This outstanding piece will make your room super stylish. It can really balance everything in your interior or it can pop and be a focal point, all depends of you. But this painting is more, then just a part of interior, Lena Navarro dedicated this painting to the last living white rhino on the planet, that lives in Africa and his name is Sudan. Art is the way for her to preserve things. This painting will live for centuries reminding us of his beauty and human cruelty. Oil painting. 30”x40”. Sold unframed. Painted on 1 1/2 inch deep gallery wrapped canvas, can be hung without frame.
About the artist, Lena Navarro:
I was born and grew up in Ukraine, Eastern Europe. From a young age I was drawing and painting and making all kinds of artistic stuff. I always wanted to create new things and change existence. Everything has to be original and has to have a touch of an artist. Normally children grow up and become "normal" adults and find a good job at the office. For some reason this perspective never seemed to be attractive to me. I wanted something different, different life, than everybody else has. I grew up and my passions grew up with me. I felt like I can change the world and I still feel this way. By doing beautiful we really changing the world. I love when my art brings smiles on peoples faces, this is what I am working for. I like when people are looking at my work they stop and think, when they have new feelings and emotions. I like that I can bring my original touch in someone's life, in someone's home, just as I dreamed when I was a girl. Dreams come true.
My favorite media is oil. Oil is beautiful. My favorite thing to say to my customers is that " this painting will last longer than you". I am not trying to be mean, I am just saying it is something you can leave for your grandkids. I love color! I like to use bright colors in my art. When I am painting something bright I often think of a person who it will belong to. How beautiful it will look in his/ her living room and how it will brighten up their rainy days. And yes, it does change the world even if it's the world of one person!