Stained-Glass Dragonfly

Iuliia FrantsevaKarlsruheGermany

Germany2018Oil on Canvas

30 x 40 cm

Dragonfly as a symbol of joy in happiness in life is believed to bring new energy into your house. Did you know that dragonflies are one of the oldest insects on the planet? Their prints were found in the fossils. For this painting, I used multiple color mixes to create this unique stained-glass effect for its wings.

WOOCS 2.1.9

$ 256

1 in stock

Iuliia (aka Redilion) is an artist from Ukraine born in 1991, and currently based in Germany. She embodies her fascination with natural landscapes using oil, acrylics, watercolors, and ink. While trained as an architect, Redilion studied classical drawing and composition, painting, and color theory. In 2012, she took part in her first international art experiment “La Gioconda Project”, exhibited in London. Travels around Europe and the study of the work of the Impressionists had a huge impact on her work. She does not divide art into serious and comic; traditional landscapes and humorous cartoons coexist in her portfolio. Her other works concentrated around birds, nature, and folklore. Currently, she is pursuing her degree in architecture and teaching Ukrainian folk arts to children and adults. In her free time, she takes trips and exercises plain air drawing.

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