Still Life in Green Painting
Medium: Oil on Canvas
Painted in (year): 2011
Category: original still-life paintings
THOUGHTS ON PAINTING
The yellow pear next to the bottle has always been a symbol of the love of the Heavens and the unconditional way that the higher power loves the people of Earth. The bottle itself in the Still Life in Green painting inspires thoughts of enclosure and confinement, yet the proximity of the pear suggests that through heavenly love, one might be able to free that sense of capture. The red fork poking up toward the pear symbolizes a lack of enclosure, suggesting that by eating this pear, by ingesting that love, one can be freed of his sense of confinement.
GETTING TO KNOW PETR LDIN
Peter Ldin is an artist born in St. Petersburg and was raised around a family of artists as well. This inspired him to pursue his love of painting, and you can see his passion for life and his passion for art in everything he does. Peter Ldin puts a lot of focus on the female body, not always necessarily nudes, but just the expression of life in the female form.