“The Reverse Side” by Alexander Sukhin

I visited this exhibition in early October, even before my vacation in Turkey. For understandable professional and everyday reasons that always arise before a vacation, no matter how you prepare for it, it was not possible to write and publish this post on Alexander Sukhin’s exhibition “The Other Side” on time. At first I was worried and sad, but now I’m even glad – the ...

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Artem Shubin, a “Wild” artist

Crimean impressionism… Sounds romantic, right? Artem is its brightest representative, and he most often does his work while hiking in the mountains. We talked with him about how he makes his paintings in the mountains and about the most dangerous adventures .

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Vladislav Podoprigora

People call Vlad “modern Aivazovsky”. While he’s almost 24 years old he is the founder of the art Studio “Dislav” and has the opportunity to choose projects with which he wants to work. I met with him during my stay in the Crimea and talked about Yalta, the art community of Crimea and his own art works.

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Mezen Painting on Wood

Today there is a high interest in arts and crafts in general, but in particular — to folk paintings. In Russia, different types of folf painting exist: on wood, lacquer, metal, enamel, glass and ceramics, and there is a variety of traditional and modern techniques. Painting on wood is considered as the most national and original form of Russian folk art. Russia is rich in ...

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