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The painting is part of the Art for Collectors collection of selected works.
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Ainura Batyrova, born in 1970, is a folk artist and a teacher.
"To me art is the shelter to hide from reality. Reality is okay, but not for long. Color and only color is the most important to me."
The artist does not like to talk much about herself, her thoughts are better expressed in the drawing. Everyday life moments, still lifes and landscapes are the artist 's beloved topics that enchant the viewer and make us look at the world around us in a different way. Light brush strokes and earthy tones help the artist to convey the depicted moment without escaping from reality, using the chosen means of expression.