Eva Armisen

Together, 2017
Oil on Canvas, 65 x 81 cm


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About the artwork

Eva Armisen’s painting features a family standing in a field and embracing each other. The contrasting intense red colour of the mother’s top and the cool blue of the father’s shirt instantly capture the viewer’s attention, as well as their son’s shirt with numerous space related motifs. These eye-catching patterns differ from the tranquil and unblemished greenery in the background, yet they bring energy and vibrancy to the scene depicted. The family is painted in Armisen’s trademark child-like style and have sweet smiles on their faces, emphasising the sense of content and joyousness that is conveyed through the painting. Eva Armisen’s artworks often touch on subjects such as family, love and togetherness, to remind us to treasure the moments with our loved ones, and these themes are evident in her charming work.

About the artist

Eva Armisen is a Spanish artist who is well-known for her child-like style, which never fails to charm the viewers of her works. The subjects of her works often touch on family, love and togetherness, with the depiction of simple moments in everyday life. The characters in Eva Armisen’s artworks go through their everyday lives with sweet smiles on their faces, reminding us of the joy in treasuring the small and simple moments in our lives.  Armisen’s works have been exhibited and collected all over the world, in South Korea, Spain, Hong Kong, USA and Singapore.

Armisen has created several publicity campaigns and promotions for OLA EC, Coca-Cola, O'2nd, SkinFood Cosmetics, tmtplaza SinoGroup Hong Kong, L’illa Diagonal de Barcelona, Federica Arancello, Nike, Uned, International Clowns Festival in Andorra, La Roca Village, La Demba Hotel, Casa Décor, Mono Clab, Flamenco clothing store, TV3, El terrat, Kukusumuxu and Planeta. 

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