The Birth Of A Post-Apocalyptic World In Paintings That Evoke Conflicting Emotions

The Birth Of A Post-Apocalyptic World In Paintings That Evoke Conflicting Emotions

In 2020, Russian Pop Surrealism Artist Julia Kuzina Started Working On The Shards Collection. The Paintings Of This Collection Embody The Unpleasant Feeling Of Waiting For The Destruction And Birth Of A Post-Apocalyptic World.

Julia Kuzina is a contemporary Russian artist who, after studying marketing, decided to take a new path in 2015 when she began creating a series of surrealist pop paintings.

In some of his paintings, he visualizes an unsettling feeling of waiting for destruction and the birth of a post-apocalyptic world.

His works create opposite feelings of peace and anxiety. The artist’s paintings are in private collections in the USA, Canada, Germany, Great Britain, and Russia.

In this Shutter, we want to share the mysterious and magical life of little birds from Julia’s point of view. It’s good to know before watching that all these paintings are only 15×15 cm.

Painting of post-apocalyptic birds

Painting of post-apocalyptic birds

Painting of post-apocalyptic birds

Painting of post-apocalyptic birds

Painting of post-apocalyptic birds

Painting of post-apocalyptic birds

Painting of post-apocalyptic birds

Painting of post-apocalyptic birds

Painting of post-apocalyptic birds

Painting of post-apocalyptic birds

Painting of post-apocalyptic birds

Painting of post-apocalyptic birds

Painting of post-apocalyptic birds

Painting of post-apocalyptic birds

Painting of post-apocalyptic birds

Painting of post-apocalyptic birds

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We hope you enjoyed watching this episode of Shutter. To see more works, visit Julia Kuzina’s Instagram. What do you think about these pictures? What do you think of these paintings?