Love through Leonid Afremov’s Strokes

How gorgeous are those painting?

They just suck me into my happy place. ❀

Ahhhh would be so nice if I have the original one hanging on top of my bed. Would definitely have nice dreams πŸ˜‰

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Christina is 25 years old, living in Los Angeles, USA. She graduated in 2013, earning her Bachelor of Arts degree in Literature and Creative Writing. Christina is a curious soul, so she filled her college career with classes about art, philosophy, fashion, photography, etc. You name it, she took it (say... archery? Yes. Hmm belly dancing? Yes!). Yes, it all that "learning" did result in prolonging her stay at college, but she doesn't regret it one bit, as she feels ready as ever to produce this blog to you and introduce you to her colorful world! She has three blogs, make sure to check them out: 4ever21Christina A blog for the happy, modern, well-rounded woman. Today Is the Day Tune in for daily inspirational quotes plus their matching photos. I Heart Vocabulary A vocabulary devoted blog.

43 thoughts on “Love through Leonid Afremov’s Strokes”

  1. Hi, I would like to know the name of the artist who painted… It was very lovely! Please send to my e-mail if possible. And thanks for sharing it!

  2. Wonderful!
    I like the artist’s ‘indistinct’ style. For me, it adds to the mystique and element of fantasy within the evident reality portrayed in the subjects and setting, Also, I find the series set in the city, each with the reflection from wet streets, lights and trees et cetera, especially enchanting. ~~+~~

  3. Wow, thanks for sharing such wonderful works of art, bringing out such strong romantic feelings. Love is a most fulfilling thing, these pieces of art in a special way that touches heart and soul delivers that message so delightfully, thanks.

  4. I have actually bought two of his paintings. They aren’t high priced surprisingly. I have one of a sailboat in the water at sunset, its so beautiful! The other is a light house. You should check out his website!! πŸ™‚

      1. No, I don’t collect. I normally paint my own. But when I saw his, I really liked them. And when I realized I could actually afford them, I was excited!

  5. I like these. Why do you think he made his subjects always look like they are walking on water? That fascinates me. It’s like they’re floating. And is it just me, or does this convey not just a sense of comfort, but of longing, too?

  6. Thank you for visiting my blog and for the likes! Thank you also for bringing this artist to my attention. I don’t know how I missed him when he lived here in Florida, but that’s probably because he doesn’t exhibit. I totally agree with you – his painting will make people feel the joy of life.

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