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Vesna Bursich  Turin, Italy

Oil on canvas
'Hyper-realist painters like marbles'
Oil on canvas

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About Vesna

Vesna Bursich was born in Turin in 1974. From a very young age, she consistently devoted a large portion of her time to drawing and painting, creating an intimate and almost secret relationship with her works and trying to seek in shapes and colours the expressiveness that words failed to match. Her interest and her need to observe grew stronger toward any kind of visual art, from15th-century classical painting to contemporary art.

After completing her Restoration Studies, in 1998 she graduated in Painting at the Accademia Albertina in Turin. Attracted by different descriptive forms, she can skillfully face oil painting on canvas as well as digital processing or other experimental forms making her work a multifaceted experience.

Her research is directed towards the representation of those emotional states affecting also her life course.

Although her works are not always immediately understandable, they will make your eyes lingering to observe, moving a memory deep in your heart, a memory that could be a question or an answer, a suggestion or a blame. A meeting or a confrontation, direct, fearless and honest.

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10 of 28 reactions displayed

"brave, very"

"way cool!!!!"

"I had to look twice before I realized exactly what you piece of artwork was."

"I feel sad when I look at this and think how some kids feel like this."

"This looks just like a picture of a poor rabbit that didn't make it out of the Lake county wild fires."

"Sorry, I appreciate the concept, but not something I would give much thought about - good technique and all, just not my cup of tea."

"I hate it! It represents how the globalists see us: as disposable commodities."

""Speaks louder than words ever could" Hits it on the nail. Excellent work."

"Its increadible how did you do it and how long did it take"

"very nice it makes yo think if he painted a boy then crumpled it up and took a picture of it i dont think he did nice paintings"

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