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ChagallFlight

Over the town
Marc Chagall
Oil on canvas
1918
450 x 560 mm

A love story painted by Marc Chagall. That is how love really feels: flying… They fly. He holds Her but she offers the direction, he looks up and back, she looks down and forward. They are such a man and such a woman for each other in that. Is she concerned about the future, and the place, their home, and where they are going next? Is he concerned about the past, that formed him, the past that formed them both, does he understand that all?

And they fly together above Vitebsk or any other little town or a big city. The fly not because they want to have a better view, they fly because they fly.

But at the same time they do see. If they were standing on the ground: there at the fence, lonely but safe, warmly wrapped like that little person hardly visible on the left, they would have been as small, as cold and as lonely and they would have only seen the black fence and the white snow…

But they fly instead, fearless, careless, crazy but so lucky, so very lucky two people…

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For a new painting, I explore fabric patterns, motifs.

It is about clothes, which draw lines. The simple strings of fabric which become bonds, that keep us together, tie us, link, hold. The repetitive patterns we chose can be bright, incredibly beautiful, can be the cause of it own… My inspiration was Dolce Gabbana bright beautiful, colourful, festive fabrics. I want bonds on my painting to be as beautiful as they can be for my characters, because of both: because I wan them to be surrounded by beauty and the more attractive they are the harder it is for them to tear them. They become Such a value actually that sometimes we shape ourselves according to these stripes of fabrics.

Looking, touching, exploring these Dolce Gabbana colours, textures, meaningful patters, that are stories themselves is an incredibly pleasant process. It does really correspond with life itself with a life we want for ourselves: beautiful, colourful, fashionable and very very bright. The complicated, multicoloured, mesmerising motifs they confuse us, make us believe that they are the prettiest, the most desirable and the most important things in the whole world… until we meet true treasure: love…

We know what happens then, we want to remove all the barriers between us, to tear all the bonds that hold us from reaching each other, no matter how beautiful colourful and bright they are… We may even become so brave and fearless and so very crazy that we tear our ties, break free and give ourself to each other…

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See.
(Window.)
Acrylic on canvas
400mm X 400mm

The See. painting is an exploration of what it is like to be together, together in the room, together at home, looking to the Outside world from the Inside. It is also the thoughts about seeing through the blinds, outside boundaries, thoughts about moving them, removing them. See. in a way is a window between here and there, inside and outside, past and future, shuttered But slightly revealed. It is about what we see when we look together.

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Portrait with iPhone
Acrylic on paper, roller brush, normal brush, thin lines stencil
300×420

SOLD.

His portrait.

White flowing outside the lines, overflowing,
Blacks neatly covering the whites, trying to fix the white flooding.
Shadowing and contrasting it but only following the white only correcting the white.

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Picasso ‘Nude Woman in a Red Armchair’ is one of the most gentle, feminine, beautiful yet philosophical images created

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‘Femme nue dans un fauteuil rouge’ 1932
(Picasso ‘Nude Woman in a Red Armchair’)

Oil paint on canvas
Dimensions support: 1299 x 972 mm frame: 1414 x 1081 x 83 mm
Collection: Tate
Acquisition: Purchased 1953

Perfect woman of Pablo Picasso ‘Nude Woman in a Red Armchair’

Curvy
Smooth and glowing
So feminine
Colourful
Bright
Treasuring her femininity
Shy but naked
Innocent but seductive
So open but closed at the same time
Obedient yet powerfully supportive
Sitting on a throne but put into the corner
Accepting her man
Kissed, loved, been passionately obsessed by him
Owned by him. Sharing her body with him
It’s not a picture of a moment: it is a story. A story of relationship between man and woman. Intimate so so very close, secret even (some may not even notice that relationship they have). The peek of relationship: intimate kiss.
Her relationship with the environment. The outside world, although being of the same nature as if created for her, perfectly curvy for her, repeating her lines her language, but shadowing her, so much darker more dull, a background for her and her story.
And her place in that world. Her place is luxurious red chair a throne, royally holding her, but put into a dark corner… No way out it’s a corner her corner. Which is both a treasure a home for a woman and her prison at the same time: comfortable, aesthetic and luxurious but a trap.
She contains him in her body
Relationship between man and woman is an ownership too.
There is also a story of relationship between woman and her treasures. Both kinds of treasures: her precious jewellery – beautiful, expensive, big and noticeable, and her feminine body – the most precious the most beautiful treasure a woman can possess, enjoy aesthetically herself and impress others, that is the perfect jewell – her body – her feminine round breast.
That is a perfect woman for him.. Or for any man. Beautiful, and so feminine she is.
Lobunets ©
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3-drinks

3 Drinks: bubbly, bubbly and red
Blue Black Purple
Acrylic on paper. Carton stencil and brush. Framed.
450×150

£1500. Available. Framed.

Party drinks exploration.

What are they? happy? really happy? How do they look from the outside? How do they feel from the inside?

The experiment was held on 3 wines: champaign, bubbly and red. Two people, a little food, lots of talks. Lots of music, lots of dancing. And how it looked from the outside, how it looked in wasn’t the same as how it felt.

Three wines: bubbly, bubbly and red.

Two points of view: face – the glass is raised high up, festive, celebrating; and profile -hiding behind the glass, feeling slightly down, a little sad and quite lonely.

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Peak
digital

Peak was started as a digital artwork, now I’m working on the stencil for it.

‘The Shard is the tallest building in Western Europe, its crystalline façade transforming the London skyline with a   multi-use 310 m (1,016 ft) vertical city of high-quality offices, world-renowned restaurants, the 5-star Shangri-La hotel, exclusive residential apartments and the capital’s highest viewing gallery, The View from The Shard, offering 360° views. The Shard is a timeless reminder of the power of imagination to inspire change.’

The Shard 

Peak is an exploration of height, of bringing each other up, about peaks as well, emotional, physical, peaks in feelings, peaks in lifes. What is it like to be above the rest of the world? What is it like to balance on the peak that heigh up? Dangerous, exciting? Yes, there is that and also dependence and also trust – complete trust, you can’t manage without it that height up.

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This Friday 20th December will be a Friday of free art. Pieces of work will be hung, placed and installed in a wonderful space in North London for anyone who appreciates amazing works of art to take away.

All types of artwork from the UK and around the world.

Come and pick up the art for free.

…there might even be Mulled Wine – just in time for the holidays.

Venue Details :

Pop Up 358
358 Caledonian Road
London
N1 1DU

Nearest Underground Station : Caledonian Road.
Nearest Overground Station : Caledonian Road and Barnsbury.
Buses : 17, 91, 259 and 274.

Please see the event page – here which has more information and feel free to spread the word.

You can see more information about the Free Art Friday movement here.

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His Portrait
Acrylic on paper
300×420

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