Myth of a Hero Drawing - Roman Bonchuk - Jose Art Gallery
Myth of a Hero Drawing - Roman Bonchuk - Jose Art Gallery
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Characteristics of the Drawing “Myth of a Hero”

Year of creation2018
Dimensions80 W × 60 H × 0.1 D   cm
Type of artdrawing
Stylesurrealism
Genremythological
Materialswater colours, paper

Description of the Artwork “Myth of a Hero”

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Myth of a Hero… In additional photos you can see how the picture could be framed. The work belongs to the collection «Internal empiric» which was created in 2018. «Internal empiric» is a large series of works (more than 300), mainly of a philosophical direction. The inspiration was the books and treatises of famous thinkers. This is an attempt to comprehend complex issues and analyze the prospects of future mainstream. Look differently at axioms and see real centers. Search and find new ways of visualization.

Myth of a Hero

Roman BonchukUkraine
Original drawing, 80×60 cm, 2018
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Roman Bonchuk

Roman Bonchuk, Ukraine

Roman Bonchuk - an experienced artist (over 20 years), designer, restorer, art director. Was born on November 11, 1980 in the city of Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine. I work in the style of impressionism, realism, surrealism and abstractionism. I use a variety of materials: oil, acrylic, watercolor, ink, pastel, gouache, tempera, etc. I love experiments. I 'm inspiration scooping from books on history and philosophy. I'm interested in history, especially art. I seek inspiration wherever possible, especially in real everyday life. Any person, conversation or detail grabbed the attention can tell the plot of the future picture. I love to draw big pictures. Very big and gigantic. When I draw them, my hands are burning with fire. And I am delighted! I can find simple solutions for complex tasks. If you have big plans, I will be glad to participate in your project. Write to me. Contacts: tel. +380677418162 (I speak English and Russian) Artist_Bonchuk_agency@yahoo.com Education: Finished school with a Gold medal. He graduated from Art School in Ivano-Frankivsk. For 7 years he personally studied painting with Vladimir Chernyavsky. 1998 Polytechnic University, Lviv, Ukraine 1999 received an invitation to study at Harvard University, USA. At Harvard, he studied at the Historical and Literary Department, attended a course on the history of Ukrainian literature of the 20th century. 2000 Carpathian National University, Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine. Events 2010 (!) The biggest picture of Ukraine “Megahistory of Ukraine”. The size is 150 square meters (5 to 30). The picture illustrates the history of Ukraine from pagan times to the Orange Revolution. In the center of the composition is the Mother of God, on the left is the Archangel Michael, on the right is Nikolai the Miracle Worker. The rest of the canvas is covered with portraits of prominent personalities - princes, military leaders, reformers, thinkers, and writers of Ukraine. A total of about 1.3 thousand portraits in the picture (Arsenal of Arts, Kiev, Lviv, Ivano-Frankivsk and other cities of Ukraine) 2015 (!) Creation of the Museum of the Heavenly Hundreds. The center of the exhibition a painting 27 meters long, 3.5 meters high. Dedicated to the action Euromaidan and the events of 2013-2014 in Ukraine. Address: st. Konovaltsa 46, Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine. 2016 (!) Picture-mural on the wall of the house of the Hero of Heavenly Hundreds R. Gurik. Height 15 meters, width 10 meters (Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine) (!) The picture-mural on the wall of the house in the center of the city - a portrait of the writer Ivan Frank. Size 30 m by 10 m (Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine) (!)The picture-mural on the wall of the house “Frankivsk, which will not be anymore” - 16 by 10 meters (Ivano-Frankivsk, Ukraine)

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