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Into the horizon

18.00"W x 24.00"H x 1.0"D

$900 (Shipping Included)

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Artur Pashkov

Brooklyn, NY

Medium: Painting

Subject Tags: red, land-sea-sky, contemporary, modern art, landscape

Media: oil on canvas

Size: 18"W x 24"H x 1"D

Year Created: 2017

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This is original oil painting on stretched canvas. In this painting I am focused on simplicity of colors. There are almost no clouds and you can see colors "dancing" in the sky. The sun is a focal point reflecting in the ocean. I wanted to show the harmony of colors and make a viewer to feel relaxed when looking at the painting, and experience the atmosphere of love surrounding us in our environment.
This painting would look great when framed. I use only high quality oil paints, which include Old Holland paints and Holbein paints. I do accept commissions, so feel free to ask me question.

Artur Pashkov is an artist originally from Russia, and was born in the city of Moscow. He arrived to New York in 2001 to explore the land of the opportunity in his career and passion. Now, he is thirty five years old, and New York truly became his new home. Here, Artur Pashkov wants to pursue a goal of a successful artist that can reach an audience by expressing his feelings and emotions through his Art. Artur graduated with BFA from Pace University in 2007. Fine Art is Artur's gateway to share with other people his way of seeing everything around him. In this way other people can perceive through his representations and visions the world in a different perspective and color. It's not easy for Artur to describe his creativity, because it's a process that he's not fully aware of. His visions are like dreams, and are not easily understood or explained. Every time he takes a brush in hand, his visions are coming from nowhere, and he does not know where they will take him. Some of Artur's paintings appear to come from another world, showing imaginary landscapes, or energies that human eye cannot see. His work is sold to private collectors worldwide in different countries, mainly in the USA, UK, Sweden, France and the Germany.

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