David Ambarzumjan’s large strokes across scenes reveal either what once existed or what will come to pass in landscapes through time. The 20-year-old painter, based in Munich, uses oils to craft these scenes, but has also experimented in watercolors, acrylics, pastels, and other materials. The particular series above and below, titled “Brushstrokes in Time,” take on differing eras of history.
“My recent growing collection of oil paintings titled ‘Brushstrokes in Time’ is about juxtaposing what was, what is and what can be, using outer space as a canvas to tap into different times and places and explore how the force of nature and above all, humanity shaped our earth.” See more of Ambarzumjan’s work below.
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– I really wanted to go all in with the texture on this painting to make the impact as violent and contrasting as possible. Sadly the texture doesn’t translate into print but i still tried to capture it in a light that would really make it stand out. • prints are now available (link in bio) #BrushstrokesinTime