Original Painting “Santorini” by Inna Orlik

Original Painting “Santorini” by Inna Orlik

“Santorini” by Inna Orlik is a captivating masterpiece that transports viewers to the iconic Greek island paradise.

  • Original artwork created by Inna Orlik titled “Santorini”.
  • Acrylic colors on canvas.
  • Dimensions: 35x65cm | 13.7×25.6in
  • Original one-of-a-kind painting with a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist.
  • Complimentary worldwide shipping.

Original Painting “Santorini” by Inna Orlik

Description

“Santorini” by Inna Orlik is a captivating masterpiece that transports viewers to the iconic Greek island paradise. The painting’s focal point is a row of charming windmills, standing proudly against the backdrop of the deep blue sea and the clear azure sky.

The windmills, painted with meticulous detail, exude a sense of rustic elegance as they overlook the shimmering waters of the Aegean Sea. The cerulean sky stretches endlessly above, mirroring the tranquil ocean below. Together, they create a harmonious symphony of blue hues that envelops the viewer in a sense of serenity and awe.

“Santorini” captures the timeless beauty and allure of this Mediterranean gem, where the windmills become not just structures, but poetic symbols of a place where earth, sea, and sky converge in breathtaking splendor.

To stand in front of an Orlik artwork is more than viewing, it is a sensation inspired by a sprawling depth of spirituality, and the currents of history, imagination, and dreams. From myths that survive over time and those images of reverie which often turn a crushing reality into a bearable and almost poetic one. Inna Orlik has thoroughly studied painting and graphic arts, has exhibited her works all over the world, and chose Athens as the base for her passion. In her exclusive style of painting, she masterfully combines the Western technique and the fairy-like mystery of the East. Her compositions are dense, visual facts that create subjection to the viewer as a result of their noble artistry. Whoever stands in front of an Orlik painting sinks, almost unconsciously, into a world of magic where miracles can happen anytime.

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