Indian boy by Martyna Fon Zvegelj
Wow. This painting is really striking. Well done.
over 7 years ago
Lovely and expressive portrait!!, Great color!
over 7 years
Amazing portrait!
over 7 years
Wonderful pastel!
over 7 years
wonderful expressive portrait and great colors
over 7 years
Wonderful portrait!
over 6 years
Love the colours and the innocence in his eyes makes me want to pick him up and give him a hug! Excellent.
over 6 years
I like this one
over 6 years
What a little sweetheart! Those eyes! So beautifully done!!
over 6 years
Amazing art work Martyna,,brilliant style and emotion !!
over 6 years
Martyna, I love this beautiful child's face and the intriguing look in his eyes, spontaneous work and brilliant colours!! Congratulations!

kind regards from Rita.
over 6 years
I love the bright colours, the blue in the hair works brilliantly and the eyes are fantastic. Great work.
over 6 years
beautiful use of colour and light / great work
over 1 year
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Artist Statement
for Martyna Fon Zvegelj
Martyna Fon ZvegeljI have never felt more creative and inspired. I'm learning to listen to my intuition, trusting my eyes and allowing my hands to explore my canvas at will. Art is ubiquitous in my life - guiding me, inspiring me…

I am a self-taught artist living in Poland. I paint with a technique of mixed media, in which I compose my own colours from a wide variety of high-quality pigments. I construct my artwork using overlapping layers that create an optically-multifaceted depth which can be perceived through the eyes of the observer at many different levels.

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