‘Daydream’ by Christina Ridgeway

£2,300.00

Artist: Christina Ridgeway
Title: ‘Daydream’
Medium: Oil on Belgian linen
Dimensions: 25.5″ x 33.5″
Framing: Unframed
Year of Creation: 2022
Artwork Will Ship From: Sweden

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‘Daydream’ by Christina Ridgeway

Artist: Christina Ridgeway
Title: ‘Daydream’
Medium: Oil on Belgian linen
Dimensions: 25.5″ x 33.5″
Framing: Unframed
Year of Creation: 2022
Artwork Will Ship From: Sweden

About the Artwork:

“This painting depicts a scene from Körsbärsdalen (Cherry meadow) in Skåne, Sweden. I love creating pieces depicting the beautiful landscape here in my adoptive home country mixed with symbolism and emotion from everyday life. This painting is very much about friendship, bonding, memories and dreams. We create our own little reality inside of our own heads, even memories shaped and altered by time. The best become bright beacons to remember forever.” – Christina Ridgeway

About the Artist:

(Artist Bio)

Christina Ridgeway was born in North Potomac, Maryland and immigrated to Europe when she was a young adult. After having lived in Germany and England, she settled in Sweden where she began her journey with painting.

She paints with oils in the magical realism style, blending reality and fantasy. “My aim is for the viewer to feel an emotion when seeing my paintings, to live into the dream. Though my artwork always has symbolic meaning for me, I love it when others can find their own meaning in my work. It is that transcendence that makes art so powerful and connects us all.”