Silver DayNata Zaikina
Oil painting on Stretched canvas
Painting wraps around edges
Varnished and Ready to hang
Signed on front and back
40 " h x 60 " w x 2 " d |12 lbs. 0 oz.
When you are a child, there is no need to be lonely. When you are a child, the happiest moments are those that you share with your friends. And no matter what you do, you can hula hoop, or jump, or run, all day long. You have a whole life ahead of you! This piece is from my series looking at children in the 1970's.
This piece is a diptych, meaning it is composed of two separate canvases each measuring 40"h x 30"w.
Prague, Czech Republic
Czech artist Nata Zaikina’s paintings are inspired by her 1970s childhood. As she walks the streets in Prague, she is inspired by anything that triggers a memory of her youth--an old movie, a song on the radio, or a conversation overheard on the street. Her paintings of children’s games emit warmth and joy. The viewer can’t help but smile and reminisce upon their own days as an exuberant child. Nata is especially interested in capturing her figures in movement, particularly while jumping. “I try to show the hidden dynamics inside the static figure,” she says. The artist works from an attic studio in Prague, where she looks out over the red tiled roofs of the city while she paints.