Yarn Painting by Vasil Nikitin - Jose Art Gallery
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Characteristics of the Painting “Yarn”

Year of creation2022
Dimensions80 W × 55 H × 1.5 D   cm
Type of artpainting
Stylerealism
Genrestill-life
Materialsoil, canvas
Type of packagingcardboard box
Keywords
threadwooldecorationcolorfulyarn

Description of the Artwork “Yarn”

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On this canvas, Vasyl Nikitin depicted multi-colored threads of yarn with bright colors. Just as light reflects off colorful wool, creating a subtle play of colors, so our thoughts can be reflected in the colors we choose for our artwork. This picture is not just a still life, but also a symbol of creative search and self-expression through colors, which calls on each of us to find our unique place in the palette of life.

Yarn

Vasil NikitinUkraine
Original artwork, 80×55 cm, 2022
$600USD
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About the artist
Vasil Nikitin

Vasil Nikitin, Ukraine

Nikitin Vasyl Mykolayovych, born on January 4, 1988, in the village of Vradiivka, Mykolayiv region. · From 1995 to 2003 studied at Vradiivska ZOSH 2. · In 2000, he received the title of "Artist of the Year" among students of all classes of his school. · From 2003 to 2005 studied at the Vradiiv branch of the Maryniv Agrarian Lyceum, and acquired the profession of a cook. · In 2008 became fond of creativity, namely painting and graphics. · Starting from 2009 participated in local exhibitions and fairs of amateur masters, decorative and applied arts. He held personal exhibitions. · Since 2013 began to participate in exhibitions outside his native village: Pervomaisk, Mykolaiv, etc. He also began to participate in various Ukrainian plein airs. · In 2014 moved to Mykolaiv. · From 2014 to 2018 studied at the Mykolaiv College of Culture and Arts, at the Department of Decorative and Applied Art. · In 2015 joined the Mykolaiv regional folk creative association of amateur artists and masters of decorative and applied art "Prybuzhzhya". During the entire period of membership, he participated in the vast majority of artistic events organized by this village: exhibitions, master classes, seminars, charity events, fairs, etc. Also in 2015 Took part in the first international plein-air "Color - 2015", which was held in the city of Volodymyr-Volynskyi. · Since 2015 began to participate in international exhibitions and competitions. · Since 2016 began fruitful cooperation with the Mykolaiv Charitable Foundation "Helping Children". During the period of cooperation, we took part in many charity auctions, exhibitions and sales of paintings, fairs and master classes. The collected funds were directed to the purchase of medical equipment for the Mykolaiv Regional Children's Hospital. · In 2017 became a co-author of Mykolaiv's creative social project "Art Workshop LABORATORY". As part of the project, free master classes and thematic experimental plein airs were held in Mykolaiv with the involvement of the city's youth. · From 2018 to 2022 head of the "Legka Shkola" art studio, Mykolaiv. · In 2019 became a member of the youth association of artists of Mykolaiv "Drink & Draw". · In 2020 became a co-organizer of the social creative project "Paint Big". The goal of which was the maximum involvement of creative people of Mykolaiv, to the plein air on the main square of the city. · In 2021 became a member of the youth association of the Mykolaiv regional organization of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine. · In 2022 became a member of the Mykolaiv cultural and artistic organization "Art-spokusa". · From 2022 teacher of fine and decorative arts at the Vradiiv Children's Music School. Vasyl's paintings are in private collections in Ukraine, Italy, the Czech Republic, Germany, Israel, the USA, and museums of Ukraine.

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