Sensuous CognitionTatiana Iliina
Acrylic painting on Stretched canvas
Finished black edges
Varnished and Ready to hang
Signed on front and back
24 " h x 48 " w x 1 " d |4 lbs. 10 oz.
In this abstract, I play with the vibrant pink/mauve and electric center, grounding it with deep reds, rust and beiges and then cooling it all with a splash of deep blue. I have named the resulting balance of energies and color "Sensuous Cognition," as discussed by Immanuel Kant in his "Critique of Pure Reason."
Greenfield Park, Canada
Russian-born Tatiana Iliina lives in Montreal and has sold paintings to collectors all over the world. She works with both abstract and representational compositions, with many pieces falling somewhere in between. Some of Tatiana’s paintings could be interpreted as a landscape or a cityscape, or a non-representational articulation of color, giving the viewer the opportunity to make independent decisions about the work. Her long brushstrokes and painterly style are created using a palette knife, resulting in richly textured canvases. Working in a range of colors from muted grays to bold blues, vibrant purples, and glowing oranges, Tatiana’s portfolio reflects an array of moods while maintaining a focus on her iconic style.
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Tatiana, your painting is wonderful! I took it to the framers and she also kept commenting how wonderful your painting was.- K Harrison
I love the energy in this painting - it does seem like a playground. The opposite colors and the skillful use of color on the tree trunks and the textural brush (or knife) strokes look like fun, play. This painting makes me smile.- I Mcdougall