Quarantine sketchbook vol.1, Elizaveta Ostapenko

Due to the current travel and communication restrictions, I am not able to collect new research material from the city site. Therefore during my stay at home, I decided to go through my old photo archive of found objects, street encounters, and compositions.

These images created a foundation for my quarantine sketchbook project which I would like to share with you now. I will continue working on this series until the end of the quarantine. So please stay tuned as I will add more pages soon.

If you want to find out more about my work, please have a look at my introductory post or visit my Instagram page – @liza__ostapenko.

Have a great day and take care of yourself!

All paintings are made with acrylic or gouache paint on 14,5 x 20,5 cm sketchbook paper sheets.

11 thoughts on “Quarantine sketchbook vol.1, Elizaveta Ostapenko

  1. Thank you for sharing!
    I like the shades and forms, also, your artistic search through restrictions
    which could be a metaphor, but are in the case quite obvious – the windows frame

  2. Those are impressive images. I like the “flat” quality of the space and the simplified colours. For some reason they give me a fresco-like feeling. The window frame is a strong metaphor.

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