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"The Acrobat" by Elena Stoeva: canvas print of an original abstract oil painting depicting a halloween party in an old prison. color scheme is dark blues, greens, black, and some pink

“The Acrobat”

Artist: Elena Stoeva, Milton

Description: 21″ x 19″ canvas print of an original oil painting depicting a Halloween party in an old prison.

Artist Statement: I was inspired by the surreal world which was built in just one evening, where the most unique ones get the highest acceptance and approval. They are cheered and celebrated and the boundaries of reality are crashing down as shown in the painting. The surreal world the painting describes breaks the limits of our daily lives. Barriers are broken by searching and admiring the new normal. Which is to be different and show off that you are. I lived in a world created for one evening, but hoped I can carry it out of this old prison with this painting.

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