Anna Jermolaewa (1960 - present) is a Russian artist renowned for her dedication to abstract painting. Her early works focus on the transgressions between organic and geometric forms, using subconscious symbols to create a unique dialogue between two opposing worlds. Her works have been exhibited throughout Europe in galleries and museums, including the Florence Biennale in Italy and the Modern Art Museum in Paris. Jermolaewa has also created several large scale paintings and sculptures, some of which can be found in public parks and other prominent locations around the world. Notable works include 'The Garden of Eden' and 'The Golden Ring'.
Anna Jermolaewa, abstract painting, Russian artist, subconscious symbols, Florence Biennale, Modern Art Museum, Paris, The Garden of Eden, The Golden Ring.
— Mei Wang
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