About the artist
Baiba Rēdere is an accomplished painter from Latvia, located in northern Europe. She has earned both a bachelor’s degree in textile art and a master’s degree in painting from the esteemed Art Academy of Latvia, where she graduated in 2008.
Baiba’s area of expertise is abstract painting, specifically utilizing oil technique. She has honed her craft by blending her own personal technique with oil technique, resulting in a style that is uniquely her own. Her paintings are characterized by rich, multi-layered colors that evoke feelings of tranquility, sensuality, and a textured quality. Her artwork not only provides visual delight, but also creates a dynamic sensory experience.
Baiba’s paintings are known for emitting a special and mysterious light, thanks to her use of expressive, transparent, and light liquid oil colors.
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