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The artist demonstrates immaculate brushwork and flawless symmetry in Lenten Moon. Lenten is derived from the Germanic language and means ‘spring’. It signifies the Christian lent period, a time of fasting and abstinence before Easter.
Flanked on either side by bare trees and melting snow, Volkov paints a vacant road that stretches as far as the eye can see. The midnight blue sky coalesces with a luminescent glow from the moon. Volkov captures the glowy brilliance of the last winter moon as the land slowly wakes up from a long slumber.
Like people during the season of Lent, the earth too undergoes a transformation. Lenten Moon radiates a stark purity highlighting the essence of spring, and through Volkov’s perspective, we witness the rebirth of the land. This piece is a beautiful reminder of new beginnings and second chances.
28" x 44"
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