The last week of August is the most sentimental days of summer for many people. For children, it’s the end of summer vacation, college towns come alive with students, and parents are busy preparing for the resumption of school. During this week, everyone is reminiscing about the good times of the summer and regretting the days left behind.
Whether it’s a party by the pool, time spent in the safety of a “stay home”, or a refreshing break in the country, what’s your favorite? In the first part of this series, we introduced some of these summer scenes. From here
Soft summer by Irina Laube 54 x 54 cm
“Do you prefer the ocean or the mountains? This is a seemingly innocuous, yet polarizing question. Having grown up in the countryside close to both, and having spent several years in Vancouver, Canada, with its spectacular mountain ridges and coves, I am at a loss when asked to choose. However, it seems that TRiCERA artists’ favorite motifs are the ocean and the beach. Along with this popular theme, I would like to introduce some attractive abstract paintings of summer.
Summer Days by Alexander Levich 35 x 45 cm
Labyrinth by Alexander Levich 60 x 100 cm
Beach geometry III by Julita Malinowska 18 x 20 cm
Enough with the beach and tanning already? Then let’s look a little differently!
Where the Sunset Meets the Ocean 1 by Jess Cargill 120 x 84 cm
Ocean Alchemy 4 by Olivia Alexander 37 x 29 cm
Golden Wave by HyungSun Kim 73 x 60.6 cm
Bright Summer Day by Anja Stemmer 140 x 100 cm
Ocean IV by Vero Murphy 160 x 160 cm
This is the finale of this summer’s feature. On behalf of these works and TRiCERA, I would like to thank you for your continued patronage and offer my best wishes for the late summer. We hope that this feature has helped you discover works that will remind you of the sweet feeling of “I would give anything to spend another summer with you” all year round.
One More Summer by Yiannis Roussakis 70 x 50cm
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