The main trends in the work of the painter are impressionism and pointillism, which Dmitry synthesized with abstract and decorative art, forming a unique author's style.
Art Gallery Manufaktura presents an exhibition Waiting for the Sun by Kiev artist Dmitry Koval, recognized in creative circles as one of the best contemporary impressionists.
The basis of the exhibition is a series of works by the author - Ukrainian Prayer, which covers the period of creative life in 2012-2017. The main thing in my work is truth and truth: my own, not all understandable, close, and not everyone's favorite, - says the artist about his work. For him, painting is a means of expressing exactly those experiences and pains that are fueled by life, full of different surprises and its severity ... This is not an art that is created from a pattern, it is original, felt, self-sufficient. It can not be conceived for a day, a week, a month ... This image was formed over a long period of time. At the same time, it is beyond the epoch, because it can not be attributed to the actual art, however, it is modern and will be so in the distant future, - believes the painter.
Dmitry considers the main mission of his activity to bring up in society a sense of beauty, aesthetic and understanding of what good taste and art are. When people start to realize life not only as a material good, but also spiritual - society and the world will be better, - the young artist is sure.
Dmitry Koval was born in Western Ukraine, the town of Khotyn, Chernivtsi region, on October 23, 1990. A graduate of the National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture. Student work of Dmitry "Ukrainian Prayer" or "The Soul of the Dead" is recognized as the best diploma of 2016 and one of the most deserving among the nominated in recent years for the Gold Medal of the Academy. In addition, the artist is a participant of numerous All-Ukrainian and International exhibitions. 2011 - the winner of the award. V. Puzirkova. 2013 - the winner of the award. V.Shatalin. His works of art are in the museums of Zaporozhye, Chernivtsi and private collections in Ukraine, Germany, China, the Czech Republic and Russia.
The exhibition will last from 17.11.2017 until 19.01.2018
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