As I said, it was not easy, but it turned out that it's harder not to draw. Therefore, I bring to your attention my new work, the first one drawn in America.
A year ago, I told to the buyers of my paintings that I can not part with my paintings, because I need them. My fear was that if I sell all the paintings, I'll be in a situation where I do not have it and it will be equivalent to start everything over again...
And so, with the relocation, I could not take with me any of my paintings and even all of my paints and an easel and even my favorite books. Now I have a new easel, exactly the same as at home (because it's made in China), new paints, and here's my new workplace. I like my new workplace very much! So, let's start everything over again...
:) :) :)
P.S. It's a pity that there is no smiley-face with twitching left eye.
Collaborative project Fashion + ART.
Work with Lilia Poustovit - famous Ukrainian fashion designer, at the "Ukrainian Fashion Week, 20 Years" country scale Project. It was a great experience!
Quadriptych "Fashion Seasons":
1. Spring, 2. Summer, 3. Autumn, 4. Winter.
Canvas, oil, 1000 x 70 cm, 2017
The idea of the painting is Four Fashion Seasons. The painting consists of Four equal Parts: different color gamuts which symbolize the four seasons of nature. Textile and prints of the collection of Lilia Poustovit were used and the architectural elements of the Old and New city. For the image of the architectural elements I used the texture paste. It was interesting for me to connect Four Parts.
In spring of 2018 this work will take part in National Auction.
Participated in Exhibition with my Graduation Thesis, which was created in 2008 "King-Crybaby and Titillation-man" of Ukrainian author - Vasyl Symonenko. Ten years have passed since it was painted. For ten years I copied it from one computer to another, then to another and another, and thought - "why am I doing it?, maybe I do not need it anymore?"... :) And now it's time for this book. Of course, now I draw much better than ten years ago, as it seems to me and what I frankly hope. But still, the world saw the work. :)
Now located in a private collection.