Title: After the Storm.
Artist: Ekaterina Santiago
Description: Original. This piece was inspired my life in Key West, Florida and stories about Atocha shipwreck of 1622, when a Spanish galleon sunk during the hurricane burying hundreds of millions worth of treasure. I picked blues, turquoise, light yellow and black for this piece. I wanted to create a feeling of calm morning after the storm. I did a lot of blending of colors for smooth transition between sky and water. The little pirate boat is the only thing that magically survived after the night. Who knows what happened there, I leave it is up to you to imagine the story behind. This piece means means a lot to me. This is a reminder that no matter what happens, there is always a new morning after the storm and the life always goes on.
Size: 12 x 16 inch.
Style: Acrylic paint on stretched canvas. Unframed but No framing needed. It has a wire and a hook in the back. Only one available.
After the Storm - Original Acrylic painting on canvas
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My name is Ekaterina Santiago. I was born and raised in small Russian town in the countryside. I started drawing when I was around 5 years old, when I discovered watercolors and color pencils. Right now I mainly work with acrylic and oil paint, as well as charcoal. Nature has always been one of my biggest inspirations. Another big influence is a journey of self-growth, which certainly gets translated into my works. I love using colors to help me to tell my stories. I also often customize my brushes to create different types of strokes and effects. Art for me is a way to connect with people around me and find relations through painting.