My Art exhibition was opened at Tel-Aviv-Jaffa, Sderot Yerushalyim 39, "Alhambra" Gallery.
Exhibition will held from 1 September to 30 September.
"Литва глазами художников зарубежья". Painters meeting in Lithuania. From 3 to 8 pm. 23-Aug-2013. Total joint painting.
"Литва глазами художников зарубежья"
Plener in Lithuania. Artists from Russia, Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia, Armenia, Latvia, Lithuania and Poland.
Bahá'í Gardens, Haifa, Israel.
The Terraces, also known as the Hanging Gardens of Haifa, are garden terraces around the Shrine of the Báb on Mount Carmel.
This is a first attempt to use my new toy – Sony NEX-6. Great camera!
Bahai Gardens, Acro, Israel
My exhibition was opened in Lithuania, the city of Visaginas.
My long awaited Personal exhibition of paintings and graphics at Beer-Sheva City Library is ended.
Mown wheat. Dry but still stand grass.
Here is a little manipulation in Photoshop.
The desert blossomed round my city after a
long and rainy winter.
Most amazing is the wild purple irises. I also once saw a tiny pery tulips.
Several works executed in ink and watercolor. Each work has several variants, but these are probably the best. And one more video, Red lips
Recently, I paint abstract works while listening to some music and songs.
The last work I painted while listening to Green day 21 guns.
And also two paintings:
- Candy, Paolo Nutini
- Легенда, Кино.
Today I open my new design.
I love you infinitely
Another video about the creation of my work "Summer is gone".
I made my first video with painting " The Storm"
Burned grass under the sun.
On a walk in the autumn woods.
Recently, I had the old lenses of the past half century. These photos were taken with Carl Zeiss Jena Pancolar 1.8/50мм.
Summer leaves. The shadows are getting longer, but the sea is still tender and warm. A series of photos hanged end of the season.
Lately I've been drawing with pen and ink. And then add color in Photoshop.
I returned home from Lithuania! I have a lot of pictures and
a lot of impressions about the summer. I spent a lot of
time in nature: lakes, woods .... swamp. :)
My first series of photographs dedicated to a spiderweb.
I am now in Lithuania. Many take pictures and almost no paint.
In the spring flowers bloom so beautifully ....I want to catch and keep this moment!
Lately I've been experimenting with a camera function multiexposition. Usually it is 2-shot.
The result is a very unusual photo.
These are two works in the style of Fauvism. Very fast, in one session, 2-3 hours. Have many shortcomings and can be a long time to fix, but it loses something in the original work.
That's some photos of Rhodes and Limassol, with Mediterranean cruises.
Between sky and sea
This is the first pictures from the cruise in the Mediterranean Sea. All photos were taken on board the ship at sea.
This is a continuation of my crazy spring. The pace of the summer.
Walking through the salt fields of the Dead Sea reminds me of a walk on the frozen lake.
Another of my work dedicated to a
crazy spring. This is a fantasy on
the theme of spring dreams.
I have not forgotten and photographed one of the intermediate layers.
I was fascinated by monotype. Their unpredictable results pleased as winning the lottery.
Desert Negev is beautiful and majestic. The summer sun burns out there, almost everything. But in winter there is very nice.
I finished my work on cyclamen. This is my second work in oil on canvas. I'm still going to try, but I prefer to work on the cardboard.
1 - watercolor paper, 240 g/m2, 16x23cm
2 - Watercolor ACEO - 2.5" x 3.5", 300g/m2
3 - paper 75g/m2, A4
Spring ... Wakeup time of hope ...
I feel it is and I give it to anyone!
Last week I drew a few sketches and a work of acrylic, using a reference from the WetCanvas forum.
At the weekend, walked around the wadis, the Dead Sea. The weather was excellent, not that terrible heat inherent in this place. And yet there is water in shrinking stream.
Today I finished painting my Blooming Lily.
This multi-layered painting, with the drying of the layers.
I like the image of Milady in her mystery. At least for me.
I used cardboard, primed Gesso. I usually do not paint by oil pastel. It was an experiment with new material, the large size of the work and a warm, sunny shade of skin.
Now I'm working on a Milady/Blooming Lily(oil on cardboard). To dispel some doubts about the figure, drew two sketch: Figure 16 and Figure 17.
February, like Violet, I painted on primed purple cardboard. First I painted all the brush, but I did not like the result. It seemed too boring. So I wrote again on top, a palette knife.