There is something to be said about the associative power of art. A song could play on the radio, and you are instantly reminded of a time in your life where that song holds significance. The same applies to visual art. As I (Sophia) look at these paintings, I fondly remember the summers I spent visiting family in New Brunswick and the beautiful moments and scenery I experienced. I can still hear the sounds of the seagulls and the waves, the breeze on my face, the smell of the fresh, crisp air. It’s nice to know that I can visit these places so vividly in my imagination thanks to beautiful pieces of artwork. For now, I will patiently wait for the time when I can physically go back to the Maritimes, and finally give my Poppie (grandpa) a hug.
Venz Vesselinov is a freelance fine artist, animator, illustrator. His works are in private collections in Ontario, Canada, and Europe. He is currently working as a storyboard artist in the Cartoon industry.
He has been making fine art paintings throughout the course of isolation.
Venz is inspired by the beauty of Canadian nature.
To see more of Venz’s works, check out his Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Venz.ArtStudio