This video is Presentation of Jurita Kalite’s Oil painting “Birds of paradise in Night Jungle“:
The depicted mythological and allegorical flowers are combined into a kind of theatrical action created by the imagination of the artist, striking with an abundance of light and shade. This artwork represent a “cocktail” of emotion transmission through color and form, through the combination of application, lines and shapes which determine the mood of the work and an explosive experience of color and soul.
Scarlet color or, as it is called in another way, carmine, causes associations with blood, strength, power. The artist often uses the red color when creating his paintings. Her attitude to life can be conveyed, she believes, with the help of the warmest color in the color scheme.
She began arranging objects in surreal combinations that challenged reason and summoned subconscious and poetic. The artist’s favourite classic music, which filled the work with an invisible presence, can be felt through a combination of only 2 basic colors. Her art was influenced in its time and places of her residence. The power and scale of a large city, unlimited opportunity to express her emotions and sensations with the help of canvas and paints.She stubbornly searches for her own manner of filing, experimenting with lines and color rendition.
Technique of work
The painting is painted with high quality “Winsor & Newton” artist’s oil colour paints on panel gallery stretching. Oil painting was waiting fully dry within a couple of months before was protected with dammar varnishing. Dammar Varnish the oldest liquid varnish, this gives a very high gloss and gives protection to recently completed oil paintings.
In a good frame it look all gorgeous. Now this is a very popular kind of painting.
A distinctive feature of this painting are short small brushstrokes. The picture is completely unique. Used painting technique, which excluded backup and exact repetition. The picture will always be only a single instance.
Provenance of a painting
The provenance of the painting is clear and under no doubt. The painting was written in the artist’s studio in London. Now the property of the artist’s family.