Painting “Тhousand shades of white or Predator. White day”, Canvas, Oil paint, Abstractionism, Animalistic, 2019

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$ 400
Condition: new
Location: Ukraine, Novyy Rozdil
Product availability: Available
Artist
Artur Abramiv
Artur Abramiv. Тhousand shades of white or Predator. White day
I create a picture with a unique technique - using a thousand shades of white. Because of that, I was able to reach the effect called «phantom», when a human’s consciousness refuses to see anything at first. However, as our eye adapts, small elements of many shades come into one puzzle, creating an unexpected picture

This artwork has not only aesthetic but a conceptual value. Honestly, «Predator. A white day» is stories of those whose lifestyles remind predators. People, that are able to forget about others, destroy everything and everyone for the sake of their personal ambitions and goals. Evil often covers in white therefore in society it’s difficult to recognize people-predators. That’s why at first predator may be unnoticed in my painting. However, if you look closely you will see who is who. In conclusion, even in «white» can hide someone dangerous. These paintings show the character of the modern world.
With the name «Predator. A white day» I want to discuss a global rhetorical question: «How come we humans - the highest form of existence, decided to live under rules of less developed species?». Evil became an ordinary thing in our daily lives, that makes us follow the laws of a jungle. This artwork shows my negative view of this. We, humans, are owners of high intelligence, so we should solve our problems, not like predators, but look for a peaceful solution.
ID: 34161
Artist: Artur Abramiv (b. 1901)
Originality: Original
Year of manufacture: 2019
Applied technique: Oil paint
Medium: Canvas
Size: 56 см x 2 см x 46 см cm
Framing: Unframed
Style: Abstractionism
Genre: Animalistic
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Purchase returns: 7 days
Object type: Painting
Keywords: Animals, People, Predators, White color, Wild animals

Information about the artist

Artur Abramiv is a famous artist, innovator, photographer. He is also known for being an experimental artist whose works are recognized by the geniuses of world art, as well as a professional photographer whose photographic works are published in numerous publications around the world, including National Geographic.Also, Nat Geo wrote about him as an artist, and Getty Images & MBR recognized Artur as one of the 5 leading photographers in Ukraine. The area of interest of the artist includes the creating of new styles, the search for new forms of art,the creation of conceptual projects.
His works have participated in many world-class events and exhibitions and won international awards

REVIEWS

“Dear Artur, Your pictures show your unique gift from Jehovah, the Greatest Artist! You have a lot of imagination and I enjoyed seeing it!”
- Margaret Keane genius American artist, creator of the "KEANE EYES" style. Changed the course of history, becoming one of the most influential artists in the history of contemporary art

“I consider your works to be interesting and extraordinary. I like your pictorial and graphic experiments. I believe in your successful creative prospects.”
- Ivan Marchuk, genius Ukrainian artist, creator of the unique "Plʹontanizm", recognized by the British "Daily Telegraph" one of 100 geniuses in the world

“This kind of thoughtful nuance is what sets photographers apart from visual storytellers. The subtle details that carry a greater meaning beyond what we simply see is what distinguishes a good photograph from a great one.”
- National Geographic

“I like it. I love your work very much!”, “His paintings are something very unusual! I highly recommend seeing it live!”
- Lyubomyr Melnyk, ingenious and fastest pianist in the history of the world, the creator "Continuous Music" style

“Terrific!”
- Bingene Armenteros, Vice President and acting member of Asociación Dominicana de Críticos de Arte/Asociación Internacional de Críticos de Arte. (ADCA/AICA)