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ytrfdgkyu by Naikoivanenko ytrfdgkyu by Naikoivanenko
made in 2005 (may, i think). Oil on canvas 130x97 cm.
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UniquelyYours Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2007
LSD anyone? Looks like you had fun :) (not that I would know... just a vision from other fanatics) It also reminds me of water oil
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gromyko Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
This image had been featured in my latest article in DA news---->[link] ...go and check it out...DO NOT FORGET TO FAVE THE ARTICLE FOR US TO BE PUBLICLY KNOWN...THANKS
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Naikoivanenko Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
sorry to see it only now. Thx my friend! :)
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gromyko Featured By Owner Feb 13, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
not a problem my friend...Care to visit me?I have new works to show you...
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gromyko Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
Now i see matta's influence!!
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Naikoivanenko Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
sorry my friend, its really someone that i didn't watched, except a glimpse at 2 or 3 images in a book. Though i see what it is but i think he, and before him Kandinsky, went on "aerial", sometimes geometrical" use of space. Well here's the list of the artists that influenced me for sure :
In order of discovering (even in my chilfhood) :

Giger,Cronenberg,Dali, then later
(i started to paint at that moment :
Bacon.
Then i watched like a surgeon at Bacons work for 1 year, painting very few.
Then later i discovered :
De Kooning,Auerbach, the great underated Michael Andrews, Egon Schiele and the austrian school, ...then finally, i studied (freestyle) impressionism...Van Gogh, Monet... and pre impressionism. Finally I went to Rembrandt and Velasquez for the way theyy treat the skin texture.
But i want to precise that the way i paint faces, and the "comic" looking of certain shapes and colors, this i made before I even opened a book of Bacon. If i could find a pic of the firsts paintings i made (it was on wall, then on a panel that my ex-girl kept,damn l, lol) ill show u what it looked like... the big lines were yet there.
All this to tell u that some people don't have a style but a great technique then one day they, maybe , will find their style. Me i went the opposite way, i had a style (not very elaborated but a style though) then i worked hard, (no school), to get a technique, and i worked a lot on the more "classical" way. Thats the story...aaaa...i almost forgot, i don't read mangas,comics anymore but i think i have been inspired by american and japanese comics (both), in my childhood, it is here, in my painting (like a painter called Cecily Brown) , i cant deny it !
-----end (tired)
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gromyko Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
so nice to hear your influences and your life story too...as for young me i have been constantly bombarded with various influences...of course dali made a huge impact on me..but before i saw Dali, i dreamed of becoming a Van gogh, i even stole a van gogh book once just to insanely study his work for two years...i was a studious copier then..and i havent yet found my style then...but when i saw dali, and yearly studied his works, made allusions to his, and then read techniques on classical drawing, immpressionism(like you),i even did Klimt, Then Picasso came and showed me the power of lines...Then someone commented me to find my own style...till recently i discovered Matta's Art...and found him as a great inspiration...i studied his technique to the point that i have copied ten large canvasses from his originals..then i set forth to distinguish myself and fuse all my influences at once...im begginning that journey now, and i hope like you, would see the fruit of my style flower!!!
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Naikoivanenko Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
But now that u said this, i was back at your gallery, ...i didn't noticed before your own influence of Matta (and Kandinski) ! lol !
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gromyko Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
now you know...lol...but still picasso is not letting go...but recently i kinda hugged Bacon's art,Motherwell's lines too made an impact onme...
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nunheh Featured By Owner Jan 15, 2007
Duck? Fish? Those aren't Sand Papagos, those are Mescalero Apaches, and Mister, they're Broncos!
(What inspired this comment is beyond me, but it is what popped into my head....)
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LadySerpent Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2007  Professional Artist
I love the illusions of faces and forms in your work, even if the ones the viewers sees are not the ones intentionally put in. I didn't see the woman on the side until after looking closely, because the eye is drawn into so much abstraction.

As usual, mate, a very interesting piece to look at. Do you ever sell your work?

-Lady S.
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Naikoivanenko Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
:)
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JetJames Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
Good work. I'm enjoying the contrast between the solid shapes and raw textural marks you make. Keep them coming :)
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Naikoivanenko Featured By Owner Jan 16, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
yep, it depends of my mood, but this one is more c"constructed" with more "aplats" (how do u say) and "fee" space, some parts are very melted, others not. Well said man.
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AngelaRizza Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2007  Professional Digital Artist
I was curious for a while now, how do you come up with the names for you paintings?
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Naikoivanenko Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
random quick typing Rieko.... i definitly need somthing serious about it....
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Naikoivanenko Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
so i figure i just didnt forget the fish.
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Naikoivanenko Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
yea ...fishes...ducks...trees...tits (well..they are livin on their own....)...then whatelese...im thing of my elements of well-living, a starship ready for a nor return trip...
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Naikoivanenko Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2007  Professional Traditional Artist
now u tellin me...thers a duck! v
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MariusAndrejevas Featured By Owner Jan 13, 2007
Pretty grass, no ducks.
They unfathomably expect you to "be abstract"
then they turn around and try to see something
in it.

Animals.
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