Water stars Painting by Lyubomyr Khudyak - Jose Art Gallery
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Characteristics of the Painting “Water stars”

Year of creation2014
Dimensions60 W × 50 H × 2 D   cm
Type of artpainting
Styleimpressionism
Genreflower
Materialsoil, canvas
Keywords
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Description of the Artwork “Water stars”

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Water lilies are beautiful. Blossoms on the water and shine like stars in the sky

Water stars

Original artwork, 60×50 cm, 2014
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About the artist

Liubomyr is not just painting reality on canvas, he is reflecting his emotions there. He deeply feels every painting. When not all the feelings are expressed on canvas, then the artist takes another canvas and continues painting it. This is very similar to impressionist. Flowers feel the mood of a person and fine art is a projection of these emotions. Liubomyr, similar to composers, writes the role to every flower and empowers the flowers for their own expression. When all their roles go into one on canvas, then the viewers see the flower symphony perfection of the artist. Each and every of these effects proves that Liubomyr Khudiak is a multifaceted and very talented artist. He feels the flowers and they feel him. But this communication is not finished, it invites the viewer to participate. The artist gives an opportunity to feel the flower symphony, the sound of colors and to have a dialogue not only with the paintings, but also with the alive flowers depicted on canvas. Liubomyr Khudiak’s artworks are made with different mood, however united with harmony and the desire of artist to feel the music of halftone colors and the willingness to join the beauty. Natalia Bendiuk, art critic

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