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Lesia Danilina Art Studio Open Days:
01.02.2023 - 01.05.2023
6204 Sempach, Switzerland

New work by artist Lesia Danilina, who creates minimalist textured art.

The theme of her art is to explore and improve the mental state of modern man.
Through various series of her art, Lesya reveals and explores this issue from different angles.

When creating her Wabi-Vases series, Lesia was inspired by the Japanese concept of Wabi-sabi, which speaks to the acceptance of imperfection in all things.

A minimalist collection of handmade vases defined by simplicity, harmony and a balance between textures, shapes and color. Using clay, Lesia creates abstract shapes in an attempt to capture beauty as part of imperfection. These physical manifestations touch on the ephemeral quality of the flow of time and humanity's relationship with the natural world.

The vases are based on a used glass bottle, referring to issues of reuse, humanity's relationship with nature, and man's role in the ecosystem.
This proves that you can not only give a second life to ordinary things, but with the idea and work of the artist you can turn them into a work of art.

Wabi-sabi reminds us of the illusory nature of permanence and perfection, of the ephemerality of problems and worries.

Bringing a little Wabi-Sabi into the home can make it warmer, making everything more "real" and natural. After all, greatness lives in the little details, and beauty can be part of imperfection.

Nothing is eternal, perfect or finished.

The vases are handmade and have no repeats. Each vase in the series is unique and numbered.

Works from the exhibition are available for purchase.