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Stunning Miniature Oil Painting On Plexiglas, 2″ Diameter By Dina Brodsky

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Currently, the artwork is not limited to the same media. Many artists are creative and want to show different and second to none works. As the following artist, Dina Brodsky, did, and she Lives in New York. This woman paints beautiful landscapes on a small, circular Plexiglas. Although it seems complicated, she can capture the beauty of natural landscapes, cities, and villages in miniature.

Dina Brodsky’s artworks were inspired by classic works of art from the Italian renaissance era and the 15th century from Flemish portraits. She admits that it only takes 10-20 hours for one painting.

Image source, and credits: Dina Brodsky

She wrote on Bored Panda; this was a project called “Cycling Guide to Lilliput,” which she started a few years ago, which combines her twin passions – miniature landscape painting and long-distance cycling.

Brodsky used the sketchbooks, photographs, and memories she has accumulated over the last ten years of cycling adventures to create this series of small paintings.

She used Northern Renaissance oil painting techniques and combined them with modern materials such as Plexiglas and Mylar.

Come check out her unique and beautiful artworks below!

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Image source, and credits: Dina Brodsky

Image source, and credits: Dina Brodsky

Image source, and credits: Dina Brodsky

Image source, and credits: Dina Brodsky

Image source, and credits: Dina Brodsky

Image source, and credits: Dina Brodsky

Image source, and credits: Dina Brodsky

Image source, and credits: Dina Brodsky

Image source, and credits: Dina Brodsky

Image source, and credits: Dina Brodsky

Image source, and credits: Dina Brodsky

Image source, and credits: Dina Brodsky

Image source, and credits: Dina Brodsky

Image source, and credits: Dina Brodsky

Image source, and credits: Dina Brodsky

Image source, and credits: Dina Brodsky

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