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Featured Art by Ira Simidchieva

Ira Simidchieva is an NYC-based artist, originally from Europe.

She focuses on contemporary abstract figurative art and abstraction and her preferred media and materials are oil paints on canvas. Ira utilizes an eclectic, contemporary approach to create colorful artworks. The images she paints have no analog in reality and everything in the paining: color, structure, composition, is sourced in her imagination. She maintains the view that an artwork is a metaphor and everything in a painting is language: the color talks, the shape talks and the different elements in the painting communicate among themselves. The whole painting communicates a non-verbal message that is transmitted to the perceiver.

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