Elizaveta Nadezhdina

1304-White crane

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Elizaveta Nadezhdina
Painting, Watercolor, acrylic, oil, pastel pencils, gouache on paper
Size: 38.5W x 68H cm

"White crane" 
In Japanese mythology, white crane symbolizes the opposite forces of yin and yang, solar and lunar energies, light and darkness, on one hand a serious and quiet creature, and a talkative and even menacing on the other. 
We often desire to be viewed as strong and even lethal like tigers, although in our soul we often remain vulnerable and alert like a crane. 

Artist Elizaveta Nadezhdina was born into a family of artists - Marina and Aleksey Nadezhdin of Khotkovo, Russia back in 1995. 
Graduating from the Viktor Vasnetsov Moscow Academy of Arts in 2015 she became a 5-course student at the Sergei Andriyaka Academy of Watercolors, and in 2017 was accepted into the Creative Union of Artists of the Russian Federation. 
Growing up in a creative atmosphere, an offspring of two artisitic parents - also former students of the Abramtetskovo Art School, Elizaveta was exposed to paint and creativity from birth. 

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