Melissa Vipritskaya Topal

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Melissa Topal is an incredible abstract artist. She applies wit and humour to every work through her titles. Images emerge and morph as you learn their true meaning. See all of her works for sale below and learn more about her work here.

Glory Samjolly

Glory Samjolly is a portrait artist who is challenging our traditional narration of history and connecting her sense of self with a more nuanced, coloured past. She creates beautiful paintings and limited edition prints of black people of the past with a modern twist.

Honourable Women Of Slayage
Honourable Women Of Slayage
Honourable Women Of Slayage
Honourable Women of Slayage, Limited Edition of 150 print, Glory Samjolly
£460.00
James Chappell
James Chappell
James Chappell
James Chappell, limited edition of 150, Glory Samjolly
£460.00
The Nuanced Architect In Thought
The Nuanced Architect In Thought
The Nuanced Architect In Thought
The Nuanced Architect In Thought, limited edition of 150 prints, Glory Samjolly
£460.00
Glory, self portrait
Glory, self portrait
Glory, self portrait
Glory (self portrait), Limited edition print, Glory Samjolly
£860.00
Lady Mia
Lady Mia
Lady Mia
Lady Mia, limited edition print of 150, Glory Samjolly
£860.00

 

Selected Works

Other works by Melissa that are both sold and unsold. Please have a look.

About Melissa Topal

Melissa Vipritskaya Topal is a Russian-Turkish contemporary artist working in London. She grew up in Moscow in an international family, surrounded by art, music, and theatre. As an artist, she was shaped by several key factors of identity, and the multiculturalism of the environments where she developed as a person became crucial.

Melissa’s art is her way of self-discovery/understanding and a voyage in her inner self to reproduce memories or feelings, her thoughts. While creating, she is always balancing between her intuition, reason, and heart. She prefers to give space to the viewer to think, rather than to explain what the painting is about. She creates a space with her paintings where the spectator can immerse in own thoughts.

Melissa uses a wide range of contemporary art materials and drawing media, but her favourite is acrylics, such as ink, heavy body and high flow acrylic paint, markers, spray paint, and other acrylic mediums.

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