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  • Into
Pen on Paper
10" x 8" 

    Into

    Pen on Paper
    10" x 8"
  • Dandelions
Pen on Paper
17" x 14" 

    Dandelions

    Pen on Paper
    17" x 14"
  • Dancing In The Dust
Pencil on Paper
17" x 14" 

    Dancing In The Dust

    Pencil on Paper
    17" x 14"
  • Tree
Gouache & Ink on Paper
38" x 26" 

    Tree

    Gouache & Ink on Paper
    38" x 26"
  • Breathe
Pen on Canvas
18" x 14" 

    Breathe

    Pen on Canvas
    18" x 14"
  • Pumpkin
Pen on Paper
12" x 9" 

    Pumpkin

    Pen on Paper
    12" x 9"
  • Kill Me or Embrace Me
Pen on Paper
17" x 14" 

    Kill Me or Embrace Me

    Pen on Paper
    17" x 14"
  • Gorgeous Silt
Pen on Paper
28" x 23" 

    Gorgeous Silt

    Pen on Paper
    28" x 23"
  • Silk
Pen on Paper
17" x 23" 

    Silk

    Pen on Paper
    17" x 23"
  • Blue Mirror
Pen on Paper
17" x 24" 

    Blue Mirror

    Pen on Paper
    17" x 24"
  • Haku  (Hug)
Acrylic & Ink on Paper
22" x 29" 

    Haku
    (Hug)

    Acrylic & Ink on Paper
    22" x 29"
  • A and A
Acrylic & Ink on Canvas
14" x 18" 

    A and A

    Acrylic & Ink on Canvas
    14" x 18"
  • Caressing of Pain
Pen on Paper
28" x 23" 

    Caressing of Pain

    Pen on Paper
    28" x 23"
  • Four In One
Pen on Paper
24" x 29" 

    Four In One

    Pen on Paper
    24" x 29"
  • Midnight Dream
Gouache & Ink on Paper
26" x 38" 

    Midnight Dream

    Gouache & Ink on Paper
    26" x 38"
  • Pastel Sorrow
Pen on Paper
33" x 25" 

    Pastel Sorrow

    Pen on Paper
    33" x 25"
Pitanius

PITANIUS


Pitanius has not been scheduled to exhibit yet.
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Georgian artist Pitanius attended the State Academy of Arts in Tbilisi, and it was while studying there that she fell in love with drawing ornaments. Her creative process and body of work are how she communicates her story; reflective on the pain, joy, and beauty that she has discovered through her experiences.

Pitanius' compositions are composed primarily by using Japanese ink and fountain pen, and at times combining other media such as acrylic, tempera, charcoal, and pastel. Each work is based on both her dreams and daily life; she is never certain what each composition will consist of until both aesthetically and narratively the work is fully realized. She has lived in Georgia, London, Amsterdam, and now New York; all of these places have influenced both her creative approach and subsequently her work. As an artist, Pitanius feels it’s important to be curious and appreciate the answers your curiosity brings by working them into your art.



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