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Wave theory 003, science art on paper


Single piece Signed Dated Titled

From the series Science Art on paper


30 x 40 x 0.2 cm
11.81 x 16 x 0.08 in




Drawings & Works on Paper



Blue painting with math formulas from Wave Theory. 
The artwork on paper is made with acrylic and oil pastel on a high-quality paper (360g/m2).

Original artwork inspired by Science. 
Signed on the backside.
A certificate of authenticity is included.

The original artworks from the Science-Art Collection have been presented in art galleries and art fairs in Europe - Spain, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, and Austria. The unique style that combines art and science is a highlight for any contemporary art exhibition. Some of Anastasia Vasilyeva's artworks are already in the collection of the Art Museum in Estonia (Narva City).

1982 , Switzerland

"My art is a manifesto of gratitude to science for all the innovations of our modern world."

Anastasia Vasilyeva is a contemporary artist living in Switzerland who pushes her viewers into the world of scientific art.

She fills her paintings with many symbols and endless details using her own signature painting technique. By mixing basic colors of acrylic paint directly on the canvas, Anastasia creates combinations of meditative colors. At the same time, she complements the paintings with various formulas, pouring her expressive nature into the artwork. Each work surprises the viewer and pushes them to unravel codes and formulas.

Anastasia holds a certificate from MoMa. Since 2018, her paintings have been presented at exhibitions in Europe and the USA. She is the winner of art competitions organized by Artbox Gallery in Zurich.

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Art Voyage Gallery is a contemporary online art gallery founded in Switzerland. The gallery collaborates only with professional artists whose artworks are unique and in high demand among art collectors. The artists represented are from different countries and continents: Europe, Mexico, and South Africa. This allows combining different cultures in creative...

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