29/11/2022 "Mesmerizing" New Elena Van Kohn Collection Lands on Opensea, Taking NFT Art up a Level

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.,Nov. 28, 2022/PRNewswire/ --German painterElena Van Kohn, noted for her Figurative Enigmatic Surrealism, has launched her new digital art collection, Dancing With Gravity, on Opensea. The critically acclaimed NFT art collection is available as fully digital masterpieces or original oil on canvas paintings.

According to art experts,Van Kohn'snewest collection gives a "fresh perspective" through a "provocative lens" on the world. The accompanying NFT artworks are also heralded as an "enigma of movement".

The Principle of Escape
The Principle of Escape
Pieces of Eden
Pieces of Eden

Art Expert & Appraiser,Josh Levineis excited about the directionVan Kohn'slatest collection has taken. In anticipation of it shaking up the world of NFT artwork, he says, "Von Kohn'slatest series is both dynamic & mesmerizing. It is a non-conforming analog the NFT Art world has not yet seen."

NFT art collectors andcrypto-enthusiasts can purchase Dancing with Gravity, a collection of five digital art pieces,via Opensea, the first and biggest Web3 marketplace for NFTs andcryptocollectibles.

NFT Artwork Courting Controversy

Van Kohnmay be one of the States' most celebrated modern surrealist artists, but the Dancing with Gravity collection has not been free from controversy. While the paintings have been praised by art experts for their questioning, probing nature, others have called the pieces too provocative.

ForVan Kohn, the controversy her work ignites is a testament to its ability to create discussion. She says,"I aim to give the viewer a speculative, meditative experience. Artists have always caused controversy. What are we if we don't push people to think beyond their boundaries, subvert societal structures, and see life differently?"

Van Kohn'sstyle incorporates elements of abstract impressionism and surrealism that has her mentioned alongside Munch, Cezanne, Dali, and Degas. Her foray into Opensea art brings the quality of NFT art up a level andVon Kohn'spieces have become serious acquisitions forcrypto-collectors.

Elena Van Kohnis a US-based,Moscow-trained surrealist impressionist painter and digital artist. Born inLeipzig, Germany,Van Kohnstudied at the Moscow Art University and rose to fame with works at the Manezh Exhibition, The Moscow Art Expo, and her one-woman show, "Ruse Bulgaria". More recently, her art is found in the collections ofSteve Forbes,John McCain, Fife Symington, andGeorge Benson, among others. Now making waves with NFT artwork,Van Kohn'smost recent collection, the controversial "Dancing with Gravity", is available to purchase via Opensea. For more information visit:https://www.elenavonkohn.com/

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