Nature vivante

Technique: Oil on canvas
Dimensions: 60x80 cm

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This vivid painting captures a rich and dynamic still life where nature and wildlife meet with an opulent flair. At the center is a large, alert hare with pronounced ears, positioned beside an abundant assortment of vibrant vegetables including red and yellow bell peppers, red beetroot, white and purple carrots, and leafy greens, all nested in a classic, overflowing bowl. To the left of the hare, a lush, detailed pheasant lies gracefully on the draped blue fabric, adding a wild elegance to the composition. Adjacent to the vegetables stands a stately rooster, its plumage white and tail feathers striking, commanding attention with its bold stance. In the background, against a dark fabric adorned with elegant gold patterns, rests a vase filled with slender stalks of lavender, enhancing the rustic charm of the scene. On the draped fabric in the foreground are scattered various fruits and berries, including a halved apricot, raspberries, and a small pile of red currants, adding a touch of delicate sweetness to the tableau. The interplay of wildlife and bountiful produce, set against the rich backdrop, creates a lively yet harmonious composition, celebrating the beauty and bounty of the natural world.


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Inga Stacinskė is a painter by vocation, having acquired the basics of art as a teenager at the Stasys Vainiūnas Art School in Palanga. After spending several years in public communication and politics, she rediscovered painting and chose the path of an artist.

She currently lives and works in Belgium, where she developed her painting skills at the Mestan Tekin art studio.

Inga Stacinska participates in exhibitions and art fairs such as Parcour d'Artistes 2022 in Grez-Doiceau (Belgium), Art Nordic 2022 in Copenhagen, she was invited by a private gallery to hold her first solo exhibition in the province of Namur (Belgium), and she is a member of the international not-for-profit artists' organisation Global Art.

Inga Stacinska's aesthetic approach to the world, her sensitivity to nature and humanity are strongly felt in her works. Man can only fully exist in nature, surrounded by its flora and fauna, then he feels himself. It is interesting that the emotions in each of the artist's paintings are received by viewers very individually - for some, they evoke joy or peace, for others, nostalgia or even sadness.

Recently, Inga has created a series of oil paintings in which textiles and the drapery of historical dresses exhibited in the world's largest museums are embedded in imaginary characters and nature, transporting us to another world filled with colours, scents and birds.

The artist paints in oil, often using the oil glazing technique favoured by the Dutch school in the 15th century, where the painting is painted by applying transparent layers to achieve a transparent and "out of frame" effect.

Inga Stacinskė believes that "art should first catch the eye and then stay in the soul".