In the sky

Technique: Giclée quality print
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More about this artwork

We invite you to delve into the serene allure of Onutė Juškienė’s painting titled "In the Sky." This striking artwork effortlessly captures the delicate grace of a blooming delphinium, rendered with remarkable detail and vibrant hues of blue and lilac. Set against a tranquil sky-blue background, the flower stands tall, its blossoms reaching upward as if yearning for the heavens above.Juškienė’s adept brushwork brings each petal to life, infusing the composition with a sense of vibrancy and lightness. The intensity of the deep blues contrasted against the softer, almost translucent petals creates a dynamic visual play, emphasizing the flower’s majestic and ethereal presence."In the Sky" isn’t merely a portrait of a delphinium; it is an invitation to contemplate beauty in its most elevated form. Juškienė masterfully uses the backdrop of the expansive blue sky to suggest limitless possibilities and the eternal allure of nature’s miracles.


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Onutė is a recognized Lithuanian artist whose original paintings draw attention instantly. 

Her art reality is a fusion of rather detailed realistic exploration and a fairy-tale realm. Both of them demand a thorough mastery of lines composing tiny, fragile elements. 

Onutė will lead you to a child's world of wonder where the real and the imagined both serve as a source of miraculous surprise and amazement.

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