Subject Tags: expressionism, abstract expressionist, black and white, contemporary art, contemporary painting, ballet dancer, dancer, dance, ballerina, abstract figurative art, abstract figurative, contemporary abstract
Size: 43.31"W x 70.87"H x 0.39"D
Year Created: 2017
Ready to Hang
The contemporary abstract painting from the Ballet Series.
Due to the extra large format, you'll receive the painting rolled up in a secure tube.
The main aim of my art is the creation of the harmony on canvas that is born with the use of color and its interaction with both space and form. Color bears the whole information about the painting, that’s why I pay the maximum attention to it. The game of the fore- and background of the painting, the accent, and the minor details don’t only shift the perspective, but also give the viewer the opportunity to lay the priorities of the depicted elements themselves.
Ballet Series is the main project for me since 2010. I found in it all that is personally important to me. The significance of the human soul, aesthetics of the human movement and spiritual fullness of the dance are those characteristics of ballet that challenge me to find answers in order to understand people. All these components are combined by music, the energy of which I depict by means of painting.
Yuri Pysar, born in 1985 in Ukraine is a professional artist, who already during his student time won the first prices in National Student Competitions in Odessa 2007 and 2008. Yuri received the Master's Degree in 2008 at the Institute of Arts of National Prycarpathian University in Ivano-Frankivsk (Ukraine) specializing in painting. Since 2008, he has been taking part in numerous national and international group and solo exhibitions. Yuri is influenced extremely by jazz music, his surroundings of the Carpathian mountains and ballet.