Glass House is an original, large one-of-a-kind animal painting signed by artist Rusudan Khizanishvili. This piece of art was created in 2014 and the painter used acrylic and oil on canvas. It measures 47" x 39" inch (120 x 100 cm) and is available for sale online for 5000 USD.
THOUGHTS ON PAINTING
The old expression "don't throw stones in a glass house" seems to be conveyed here excellently in the Glass House painting. This painting is full of dark and mysterious colours such as brown, gray and green. The prominent colour is black, and the black takes the shape of the horned creature standing in the forefront with a menacing scowl. This creature holds what appears to be a glass house, which could represent the way that one feels after having been emotionally manipulated or harmed in some way. Surrounding him are lighter white colours and other houses suggesting that it is possible to move on from this hurt.
GETTING TO KNOW RUSUDAN KHIZANISHVILI
Born to the country of Russia in the year 1979, Rusudan Khizanishvili is a contemporary artist who lives and works in the country of Georgia. She takes her influence from a number of artists that came before her, her work a reflection of the history of art while also putting her own spin on their styles. She primarily uses oil in her paintings to create a unique texture on each one. The results are paintings that verge on nightmarish with their interesting takes of the human form and of places that appear as if they could only be real in the dream world.