This original palette knife abstract painting is from the collection "Glaciers Gone", a series of captivating abstracts that celebrate the beauty of the planet's glaciers and draws attention to the fact that most of these glaciers are receding at a rapid pace.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to its size, this painting will ship from the artist's studio un-stretched and rolled in a tube. The detail images are just to give a sense of how the work will look as a finished piece.

- Tatiana Iliina

Glacier Bay

Acrylic painting on stretched canvas

Signed on front and back

48" h x 48" w x 1" d
7 lbs. 2 oz.



Tatiana Iliina
Greenfield Park, Canada

Getting to Know Tatiana

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.