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Bird Drawing

Eduard Belskyi

Slovenia

Drawing, Etching on Paper

Size: 28.7 W x 17.7 H x 0.4 D in

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About The Artwork

The authors print on paper "Bird" and are done in a gestural style. Etching. The size is 45x73 cm. If you have any questions, feel free to ask them, I will gladly answer

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Drawing:Etching on Paper

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:28.7 W x 17.7 H x 0.4 D in

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Edward Belsky was born in 1963 in Colki, Volyn region, Ukraine. He has studied in Republican Art School in Kiev and the Dnepropetrovsk Art School. In 1991 he graduated from the Ukrainian Academy of Arts, the faculty of monumental art. Since 1992 he is a member of the Art Union of painters of Ukraine. In October 2009 Edward moves to Ljubljana, Slovenia. Belsky is an artist in his prime. Impetuous, humorous, clever, astir with creative energy. He is a person determined to seize every moment of life and to make the most of each. A consumate professional, a prolific painter, a loving father and husband, and a slightly enigmatic character are all a part of what makes Belsky who he is. Being constantly busy with his secular concerns, he nevertheless rushes to his studio every day as to prayer. There, in his workspace, a great mystery occurs where his received impressions are transferred to the canvas through a plenitude of emotional outpouring. The subject of his body of work has been clearly delineated from the start: it's elemental. Water is his chosen element and provides the base, emotionally and artistically for his pictures. In his works, HE is a ship named Edward sailing the seas of the mind and heart. Around him lives calm and the ideal. His haven is the waves, the smell of the salty air, the gentle rocking of his ship, and the expanse of endless space stretching out toward the ever-distant horizon - all part of his language of metaphor and emotion. Women are also a prominent aspect of the content of his paintings. They are delicate, dreamy, graceful and somewhat unreal. Some of them appear as warriors with strong features and helmet-like hats adorning them. Others seem as though they might be priestesses full of ideas about the future and wisdom about life. These female characters are notably never specific and furthermore, Belsky does not work from live models or photographs. Many of the female portraits in fact, may be viewed as parts of Belsky himself - the artist's examination or exploration of the many facets which comprise his being. In composition, Belsky often concerns himself with harmony and the equality of things. His pictures are often of two people together: a pair of faces, two faces in one, two figures in one, etc. All images reflect his treatment of the metamorphic quality both nature and humans possess, beyond this, the idea that there is a greater harmony and order in the world.

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