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Nature and Portrait series by Ritchelly Oliveira

 

FGUK Magazine presents the works of Ritchelly Oliveira, portrait and visual artist. The Brazilian artist creates life portrait sketches mixing Nature Imagery with human portraits. A constant use of birds and flowers as medium surrounded by negative space. The Artist present an exploration of love and desire in his 2017 series offering  personal insight that “love can transform people in a way that is beautiful to capture.”

“The bumps and anxieties are present there. But also by drawing experiment flights. Several times what I feel is the ephemeral, both in touch, look in there lived in the naive smile, speech, or a specific time marked in memory and we can not unfortunately most revive. Maybe it’s all poetic, sentimental, too emotional, however, is that cliche of love which is the basis of my speech. The bumps leave marks, some wounds leave scars and these are also witnesses of my route.” Ritchelly says on his website.

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