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Signet Contemporary Art London
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Eva Volf is a fine artist based in Cleveland, Ohio, United States, who is best known for peaceful atmospheric seascapes. Eva expresses her lifelong love for the ocean in realistic oil paintings of tranquil beaches, glorious sunrises and sunsets and white-capped translucent waves. Her love of the ocean flows deeply from childhood memories, renewed with every breaking wave and cleansing salty splash. Inspired by the majesty of the seas and beaches of the world, Eva channels her emotions of tranquillity and fulfilment to the viewer through oil on canvas. Each of her artworks begins with a visit to the beach, where she takes ample time to conceptualize her art. After making the necessary preparatory sketches, she returns to her studio in Cleveland, Ohio to produce the final painting, using brushstrokes so fluid that the oil-rendered water shimmers on the canvas.   Volf is a member of the Artists Archives of the Western Reserve and Oil Painters of America.  Her paintings have been in various exhibitions, including eight solo shows. Her art has won awards, including a number of First Places and Best of Shows. Eva`s work has been featured in American Art Collector, Vogue and Plein Air Magazines, “Artists at Work”, a Cable 9 TV Show, Fox 8 News, WKYC News, News Herald, and other news outlets.   Eva’s work is held in numerous private, corporate and public collections in the U.S., Canada, Australia, Europe and Asia.
“The ocean contains the wisdom of life in its intricate foam patterns and secretive depths; its infinitely changing character is a useful metaphor to keep life in perspective.” – Eva Volf
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