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Atacama Dune - Open Edition Canvas Print

Alina B

$99.00


This piece is an open edition custom print reproduction on canvas. Select your print size and framing preferences.


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Size
16

16" x 16"

24

24" x 24"

30

30" x 30"

36

36" x 36"

40

40" x 40"

Canvas Type
Canvas rolled

Canvas rolled

Canvas stretched

Canvas stretched

Canvas framed

Canvas framed

Canvas Frame
No frame

No frame

White frame

White frame

Black frame

Black frame

Silver frame

Silver frame

Gold frame

Gold frame

Dark Walnut frame

Dark Walnut frame

Oak frame

Oak frame

White Oak frame

White Oak frame

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About Alina B

Lithuania native Alina is a contemporary glass artist. Her love for glass design began at Vilnius Academy of Fine Arts, where she learned techniques including blown glass, fusing, etching, casting, and stained glass under the instruction of Valmantas Gutauskas, apprentice of the acclaimed Dale Chihuly. She also studied art history at the Akademie der Bildenden Kunste Munchen, where she found inspiration in Franz Klein, Egon Schiele, and Gustav Klimt.

After graduating Alina travelled, ultimately moving to Connecticut in 2010. Although the values her academic education, she enjoys experimenting with different materials, paying tribute to traditional technique while embracing ‘the now’ and letting go. Today, Alina’s preferred glass medium is mirror, which she manipulates using acids and paint. Surprising passages of color and pattern entwined with preserved reflective areas create a charged, fluid composition that responds to light and its environment.

"There are two things that fascinate me when working with mirrors: that my “canvas” is a challenging surface with which to work, and the introduction of a finished piece into an environment. Each new space or angle engages the viewer; reflections of light or rooms become a part of the piece. In a way, these mirror paintings are never-ending creations.

'And then one day you will look for you in the mirror and you’ll no longer be able to identify yourself – you’ll only see everyone and everything else.' - M. Quick"