"NOTRE DAME BRULE" IN NFT
Notre Dame de Paris. Paris. France
Notre Dame de Paris
is a medieval Catholic cathedral on the Île de la Cité in the 4th arrondissement of Paris. The cathedral was consecrated to the Virgin Mary and considered to be one of the finest examples of French Gothic architecture. Its pioneering use of the rib vault and flying buttress, its enormous and colourful rose windows, as well as the naturalism and abundance of its sculptural decoration set it apart from the earlier Romanesque style.While undergoing renovation and restoration, the roof of Notre-Dame caught fire on the evening of 15 April 2019. Wikipedia
Address: Parvis Notre-Dame – Place Jean-Paul-II, Paris , 75004 France
The studio of the artist Zoia Skoropadenko situated on Ile de la cite just in front of Notre Dame. She was painting Notre Dame de Paris for years from her window.
When in 2019 happened fire of Notre Dame Skoropadenko started a new series Notre Dame Brule sketching and painting the aftermath of the tragedy.
She created more than 300 drawings and 100 paintings of restauration of Notre Dame. Each time she is in her Parisian studio Skoropadenko depicting the progress of the reconstruction.
Right now Skoropadenko is preparing a new unusual exhibition for 2nd anniversary of the Fire of Notre Dame. But right before NFT Art market flamed up with news about Beeple Christies success, Skoropadenko put her NFT Notre Dame Brule series on the NFT market and boom! Sales started rocking up.
Skoropadenko is not the newcomer on crypto markets. She is selling her art for bitcoins and other crypto currencies for last 3-4 years.
"If it make easier for people to pay for my art in crypto, I accept all currencies", says Zoia.
"NFT is just a great way to be on the international art market in time of Great Pandemic." - she says. " I always love to be a part of big international Art Fairs, but in current circumstance, I think NFT is a great place for artist to be."
Zoia Skoropadenko NFT Art is available at www.rarible.com/zoia