|Year of creation
|50 W × 79 H × 0.3 D cm
|Type of art
The painting The King's Horse was painted with high-quality acrylic and oil paints on a durable hardboard without a frame. A beautiful noble horse looks at the viewer and is ready to show how he knows how to gallop, with what grace and erect posture he runs past and proudly waves his white mane. And from everywhere he hears shouts of admiration ... He is a real dear horse, he knows how to come first to the finish line, he is young and energetic and he is happy to be a horse ...
I am a self-taught artist. I paint pictures on different subjects, I like to create portraits of people, adding my imagination and changing reality. I create a world where everything is real and not so much. After all, it is sunny today, and tomorrow it will rain ... Captures the diversity of the natural and animal world. Every morning gives and allows to create new unique worlds ... In fact, I live between the canvas and the brush, I paint myself, my inner world. Sometimes something wakes me up in the middle of the night, I get up and understand that a blank canvas is calling me and I start to create, but ... it started in 2000, when I was in a coma for 6 days, yes, I survived and got married, then my two angels appeared - a son, then a daughter, and all this time I resisted, I did not want to paint pictures ... two months ago I took an ordinary sheet of paper and wrote flowers, then I painted them and I loved them so much that now this small the picture hangs in my room ... so I was born the third time. How could I live before without painting and creating another beautiful world? How could I refuse the universe? How did I exist without life within me? Now I breathe painting, I paint many pictures with my fingers, so I feel the canvas and paint, how it lays down and is absorbed into the hardboard, and some strokes remain on the surface, I feel the delight of merging with the plot that I create and I am glad that I live and I feel and I am glad that I can do it !!! Thank you for your trust!