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The brushwork in "Still Water Lands" is dominated by green with minor accents of blue and yellow. In art theory, green, due to its associations with nature, growth, and renewal, is considered a color that illustrates movement and expansion. Is it justified to interpret these images as subliminal acts, as an interweaving of magical messages of spiritual ritual? Based on the premise that the work of art is an inexhaustible source of poetic meanings through metaphors representing deeper layers of human consciousness, the works of Ana Jagodic cannot be depicted with objective immediacy.   View more of our Contemporary artworks and Old Masters artworks

Still Water Lands


Acrylic on Canvas

53 x 35 in | 135 x 89 cm

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