Gold is All What We Need Painting by Mansur Boybekov
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Gold is All What We Need

Mansur BoybekovUzbekistan
Original artwork, 43.3×29.5 cm, 2019
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Characteristics of the Painting “Gold is All What We Need”

Year of creation2019
Dimensions43.3 W × 29.5 H × 1 D   cm
Type of artpainting
Stylemodern
Genreinterior
Materialsacrylic, canvas
Keywords
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Description of the Artwork “Gold is All What We Need”

”Gold is All What We Need” by Mansur Boybekov Technique. The painting “All we need is gold” is painted with acrylics on canvas. The canvas has a size of 43.3x29.5 in. First, I make out the edges of the picture. This is necessary so that you can use a picture without a frame. In the picture “All we need is gold” for this, I used metallic gold glitters based on acrylic. After which I apply acrylic paints to canvas with the help of palette knives. Next, I stretch the paint over a larger area of the canvas with a large spatula. It can be quite difficult to convey an idea and create a harmonious composition. I often call on my wife and son so that they look at the picture from the side and suggest how well my idea can be traced. To create the whole picture usually takes 6-7 hours. Acrylic dries very quickly (15-20 minutes), so I put the paint in layers. Due to this appears the very depth and versatility of the picture. . In the interior. When writing the picture “All we need is gold” I used warm colors, such as: yellow, orange, light brown. But the most interesting thing is that I added high-quality metallic gold glitters. They give the picture depth, as they come to the fore when light hits them. Thus, the picture looks different from different angles. In the interior, it will be most well combined with metal elements. Yellow color is considered the brightest of the whole spectrum. No less, he is known for his ability to expand the space around him. Do not miss the fact that the yellow color is the best to create comfort. Yellow and gold colors have a positive effect on the mood of those in the room. Yellow color gives energy to the viewer, improves mood. Gold has always been associated with wealth and elite. These associations are embedded in us on a subconscious level. Therefore, the picture “All we need is gold” will give your interior more sophistication and luxury. The style of the painting is abstract, which means that the painting “All we need is gold” is perfect for any interior regardless of the style. . An Idea. I was inspired by reflections on gold to create the picture “All we need is gold”. This amazing metal has fascinated people for millions of years. Did you know that gold is born when stars explode? Therefore, there is so little gold in the universe. Interestingly, gold itself resembles a star. It seems to be bursting with heat and radiating bright light, just like the star from which it was born. Art is priceless and unique as gold. The artist, like a star in an explosion, gives all his soul and inspiration to a work of art. Gives a part of itself to the world. “You can buy an ingot of gold, put it in a safe and pass it on, or you can put a picture there,” says Troika Dialog’s Private Banking director, Alexey Golubykh.

About the artist
Mansur Boybekov

Mansur Boybekov, Uzbekistan

Biography of Mansur Boybekov. Mansur Boybekov was born in 1971 in Uzbekistan, the city of Andijan. In his early childhood, Mansur discovered in himself the talent of the artist, thanks to his brother, who showed Mansur the basics of drawing and painting. In his youth, Mansur was engaged in painting walls in the Uzbek national style and drawing landscapes. And being in the army, he painted campaign posters. Mansur was educated as an artist-decorator at the Art Institute No. 1 in Andijan, Uzbekistan. In 1999, Mansur Boybekov moved with his family to the capital of Uzbekistan, Tashkent. Then he continued to draw. At that time, Mansur painted mostly realistic landscapes for sale among acquaintances and friends. Mansur turned to abstract painting in 2018. Mansur believes that abstract painting makes it possible to show more of its potential and makes it possible to express complex ideas. Before you start creating a picture, Mansur meditates and creates a mental image of the picture in his mind. Abstract works of Mansur are filled with deep meaning. Mansur about his inspiration: «I believe that everyone deserves to be happy and can achieve this on their own. And those who did it - the heroes. I take inspiration from examples of the lives of people who have achieved great success in their lives. My pictures of the very life of which we all dream and to which we aspire! This is a life of luxury, full of pleasure and joy. My pictures are a reminder that you have already achieved success, which means you can achieve anything! »

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