Renowned Russian Artist Releases 40 Beloved Paintings-winsockfix

UnCategorized For the past two decades, Victor Lysakov’s modern expressionistic art could only be found at international exhibitions, in private collections or inside his own painting studio in Moscow, Russia. The renowned artist holds a vault containing hundreds of masterpieces. For the first time ever, 40 of these prolific pieces have been released to the American public. For art enthusiasts living in or traveling to California, a side trip to the first exclusive Lysakov gallery in Pacific Grove is a worthwhile detour. For those outside California, never fear – your local fine art gallery may soon display Lysakov’s art on their walls. A distinct group of hand-selected galleries nationwide have been offered the Lysakov Distributor opportunity; your neighborhood gallery might be one of them. Named one of "The Best European Artists," Lysakov has participated in several prestigious exhibitions and auctions in Russia, Poland, Germany, Sweden, Austria, France and Italy. Using oil or acrylic on canvas, Lysakov prefers brilliant, unmistakable hues – his color palette is very distinct. Each painting is its own unique creation and exudes a certain depth. New or seasoned, trusting or suspicious, frightened or fearless, the artist challenges you to grow bored with his paintings. The local mayor, savvy art collectors and local design firms have unanimously agreed that Lysakov’s art rivals paintings found in upscale metropolitan art galleries in San Francisco and New York. In what the .pany considers a groundbreaking revolution in modern art, Lysakov’s work is not entirely subjective. A captivating story ac.panies each image, giving the viewer riveting insight on the artist’s muse. At first glance, the modern expressionistic work of Victor Lysakov might invoke an unexpected reaction – curiosity, mystery and even fear. But after closer inspection, the eccentric be.es extraordinary and the weird, wonderful. Lysakov challenges the viewer to conquer their fear – paintings should not be scary. "They merely depict life," he says. "Sometimes the scariest things in life are the most trivial ones." He began experimenting first with watercolor, but now paints almost exclusively with oil or acrylic on canvas. Though never classically trained, Lysakov studied Rembrandt’s and Bryullov’s techniques. A self-taught artist, he read books incessantly, and spent hours upon hours in museums. Born in Siberia in 1952, Lysakov discovered his artistic talent at a young age. "It was when I was six years old that I realized, for the first time, that the most natural and the most fitting way for me to carry on a conversation with the world was through the visual language." In early adulthood, Lysakov veered off the creative path and focused on a more traditional education – engineering. In 1975, he earned his MS in Physical Chemistry from Moscow State Institute of Steel and Alloys. In the decade following, he established a successful career in various military machine building plants. At one time, he was even accountable for over 700 employees under his .mand. In 1984, he attained his Ph. D. in Technical Sciences from Lomonosov State Institute of Fine Chemical Technology in Moscow. Lysakov’s paintings range in image size from a humble 14×14 to a majestic 58×50. All are offered at an extremely low edition size of 395 Signed and Numbered (S/N) and 30 Artist Proofs (A/P) giclee canvas prints. Giclee (pronounced zhee-clay) is a French term roughly meaning "spray or squirt" which refers to the digital printing process. During printing, millions of microscopic droplets of ink per second are applied to the print media. A giclee is a high-end fine art print often recognized as the next best thing to owning the original. Artists at all levels and in a wide variety of media are creating prints using giclee technology. Buyers, attracted by the high quality and dynamic reproduction of giclees, have triggered a giclee explosion; while the fine art print market increases by about three percent annually, the giclee market is growing at more than 60 percent annually. In a $2.8 billion print market dominated by lithographs and serigraphs, giclees now total $160 million annually – and growing. According to CAP Ventures, digital fine art is expected to reach a retail value of $600 million by 2007. Lysakov Art .pany, Inc. is located at 305 Forest Avenue in charming Pacific Grove, California, in the heart of one of the nation’s art capitals: the Monterey Peninsula. On-site, the 4000 square foot facility houses the corporate offices, publishing headquarters and the first-ever exclusive Victor Lysakov Gallery. About the Author: 相关的主题文章: