|Year of creation||2014|
|Dimensions||30 W × 41 H × 1 D cm|
|Type of art||drawing|
The artwork belongs to the legendary series, which has its own history, dating back to 1989, when the first work from this series was created. The motto of the project is - The square always looks the way we see it. Pictures of this series were displayed at exhibitions in many countries of the world. Canvases from this series were purchased for the collections of Alexander Glaser and Michael Crowle.
About Leonid Tomilin Nowadays Leonid Tomilin's drawings present the result of more than 30-years long experiences with technique and materials (paper, graphite pencil). Conceptually, the aim was to combine academic achievements in drawing with the latest formal visual searches. Ascetic technique, it seems, reached the limit of its resources a long time ago - graphite pencil-paper finds as though a second wind in Leonid Tomilin's artworks. The drawings for the greater part look like aquarelles by the lightness of perception and dexterity of rendering. At XXI century it seems to be impossible to find the own face in the Fine Arts , the more in Graphic Arts. Probably, the artist succeeded in it. Less Education: - South Ukrainian National Pedagogical University named after K.D.Ushynsky (Odessa), the Faculty of Arts and Graphics, 1976-1980 - Prydneprovs'ka State Academy of Civil Engineering and Architectural, the Faculty of Architecture