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Klumbys

Dina

UNITED KINGDOM

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“I love to work with acrylic medium as it can keep up with and accurately depict the flow of my ideas.”

Dina is a self-taught artist from South London, and she started painting only a few years ago despite always having a natural flair for drawing and creating. Being originally from a town named Kaunas, the beauty of nature, and vibrant colors were a part of everyday being.

Smile on your face, butterflies in your tummy, aroma of the flowers tickles your nose, and lifts up your spirits. Unframed.

She shares this inspiration and talent for producing artwork with children aged between five and nine through teaching an after-school art class. Being able to teach art to young people strengthens her own fixation for creating and expression, whilst enhancing the knowledge and passion for art in them. They are able to learn about artists, explore various techniques and materials to create, and ultimately develop an understanding of their own specific point of view.

Day Dreaming

Acrylic

$330

Do not be afraid to dream - let your mind to escape from the task at hand. Measurements including the frame.

By using bright colors, Dina creates artwork that is both an expression of her life and the world around her in a joyous, uplifting way. In a world where there is so much darkness, Dina chooses to be a light of positivity, and this is truly portrayed through her style of art.

“She carries herself gracefully and elegantly, with a strange air of mystery about her.”

Acrylic has become Dina’s material of choice because of its rich, thick texture and quick drying abilities. Nature and influences of wildlife inspire every piece of her art she creates. Whether it be floral, animals, the glorious changing of the seasons, a sunset, the ocean, the stars at night, the cities and the people; the inspiration is endless.

“Painting for me is a poetic expression, a state of mind, rather than a photographic copy of an image or object. It is my self-proclaimed meditation.”

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Dina finds inspiration in all kinds of creatures, big and small, they have been significant factors that have led to making her the person and artist that she is now. Representative works have been painted with a pallet knife.