|Year of creation||2019|
|Dimensions||50 W × 60 H × 3 D cm|
|Type of art||painting|
Description of the Artwork “Waiting for autumn”
Painting "Waiting for autumn" A fox that contemplates in the distance. You can feel the wind that will come in the fall. Made in cool colors to emphasize the onset of cold weather. Christmas tree, a symbol of forest and the power of nature. Not a bright cold sun, twist its rays and roll to the side, hiding in space.
Waiting for autumn
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Oleg Baran, Ukraine
Baran Oleg Andriyovych. Born on November 18, 1998 in the city of Drohobych, region Lviv. In early childhood, he began to draw, and already then the fate of the artist was combined with creativity. Childhood was spent at the easel in the art school. For seven years, the teacher Volodymyr Misiats planted a spark of art in the young boy. Now the Moon V.M. an active artist, his paintings inspire the already grown-up Oleg to create. Baran O.A. completed his studies at the Drohobytsk Children's Art School and Yury Drohobych Lyceum No. 16, then entered the Drohobytsk Mechanical and Technological College (DMTC) majoring in "Environmental Design" in 2014. It was at the college that the artist began to study painting, drawing, composition, color science and plastic anatomy in depth. Already in the 4th year of study, graphic design absorbed and interested him. Thus, I submitted my diploma work in graphic design and defended it at the commission with excellent results (5 points). After completing his studies at DMTK, he decided to enter the Lviv Polytechnic University to continue studying design. Even then Oleg worked as a graphic designer (freelancer). Unfortunately, due to family circumstances, I had to finish my studies without spending even a year at the university. Returning in 2019 in his hometown of Drohobych, Oleg switched from freelancing to full-time work as a graphic designer. That's how a year passed. The work is creative but soon became routine, only drawing saved the artist and gave him a second lease of life. Now Baran O.A. He actively draws, creates oil paintings, looks for interesting subjects and runs an art blog in Ukrainian on Instagram, where he draws and shares his creativity with everyone. "I always felt that I came into this world for an interesting purpose. Create creativity." Baran O.A.