Paintings

MIDDELALDER HAMAR 2022 80x80cm / akryl & lerret

KUNSTBANKEN / HAMAR 2022 70x50cm / akryl & lerret

NATTDRØM I KRISTIANIA MAGISKE TIVOLI THEATER 2022 180x120cm acryl & lerret

PORTRET AV KATERYNA  70x90cm / akryl & lerret

MATSERIE  30x60cm / akryl & lerret

STILLEBEN  30x60cm / akryl & lerret

STILLEBEN MED PARAFINLAMPE  60×70 / acryl & lerret

STILLEBEN MED PÆRER  60x70cm / akryl & lerret

 

IN THE GARDEN AT SUNSET 90x140cm / akryl &lerret

 

IN THE GARDEN AT SUNRISE 90x140cm / akryl &lerret

 

FRUIT PARADISE  120x100cm / akryl & lerret

 

BIRTH OF THE GOLDEN  SEA   200x120cm / acryl & lerret

 

PASSION  90x120cm / acryl & lerret

 

WAVES & FLOWERS

 

NORWEGIAN NIGHT DREAMS / series

CHANGE OF EPOCHS

 

NIGHT DREAM IN BERGEN 180x80cm / acryl & lerret

Artist interest in Norwegian history and photo archives of the Secession era has inspired Elena Abessinova for a painting this series of art work. Marked by the artist’s fine sense of humor, this work is a pageant of advertising and shopwindow decoration celebrating national priorities such as multi-child families, family albums, hot sausages, and sheep.

 

INTEGRATION  80x60cm / acryl & lerret

Illustrates my dream about STAVANGER (Norway). The vision unfolds against the backdrop of colorful wooden houses lining the harbor of the port of Stavanger. Three Viking ships and three humanfigurs dominate the scene. CHARLES DICKENS is sailing into the harbor with a stack of books; many pubs in Norway are named after him. Holding Stavanger’s cathedral church (the country’s oldest) in his hand, the founder of Protestantism MARTIN LUTHER from his famous portrait by Lucas Cranach the Elder stands for the Norwegians’ prevailing religious denomination. Celsius’ thermometer in his armpit reminds us about a discovery made by Luther’s compatriot. By that I wanted to note that the temperature of a religion defines the nation’s temperament and world outlook. On board the third ship, THIS ARTIST is sailing in the company of Vikings and Burger Kings. I am in the process of integration into the Norwegian culture, only my path to the hearts of the Norwegians does not lie through their stomachs, as is the case with the Burgers. The man with the fish – a visible of canned sardines produced by Chr.Bjelland &Co – has become a symbol of the cannery and its Museum of Hermetic Sealing in Stavanger, the world’s one of its kind. The jewelry store (which also has an interesting story to tell) invites us in with its gold hands.

 

MISTERIOUS ISLANDS  140x100cm / acryl & lerret

WINGS OF THE HOPE  120x100cm / acryl & lerret

TASTY LANDSCAPE  190x140cm / acryl & lerret