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Trip to New York

One World Observatory,NYC

One World Observatory was opened just May 29 and I had a chance to visit it. It has 102nd floor, but the main public observation area is on the 100th floor. The Observatory tower uses multi-media videos illustrate 500 years of New York history while visitors climb to the top floors of the tower.

The view from the tower is magnificent, I did a lot of photos and I hoping to paint one day the series of the paintings from this view.

Also I visited Metropolitan Museum of Art, it has a spatial exhibition by Vincent Van Gogh and I was enjoying to see my favorite old masters paintings as well. I spent a lot of time in one of my the most favorite Museum of Modern Art. I also walked a lot in Manhattan, Brooklyn Bridge and Central Park, and using subway on my way to the hotel. It’s time for me to continue to paint more paintings about New York City.

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Happy Birthday Vincent Van Gogh

“Paintings have a life of their own that derives from the painter’s soul.”

Vincent Van Gogh



The Sky, oil on canvas, 16"x 20"
The Sky, oil on canvas, 16″x 20″

A lot of my paintings was influenced by Van Gogh. I like his expressive brushstrokes, using of color, composition. You can see his influence through the history of art, from the Fauves  
and German Expressionists, Abstract Expressionists and to very contemporary artists. This is just one of his quotes “real painters do not paint things as they are… they paint them as themselves feel them to be”



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Abstract Collage

collage on canvas
collage on canvas, Untitled, 11″x 14″


I’m very interested to continue to do some collage work and in particular the abstract collage. I became interested in the techniques and it reminds me of the cubism movement, which always gives me some inspiration and enjoyment. . 

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Still life Group Exhibition in Twist Gallery, Toronto

Exhibition in Twist Gallery


Here is the view of my paintings inside the Twist Gallery, Toronto. I displayed 8 oil paintings, all are done in impasto technique, using the palette knife. The show run from February 4 till February 27 and you can see at this show also the very interesting paintings by 12 Canadian artists. My peaces are very bright and cheerful, as I like to use the pure colors and in this cases I using the black outline. All paintings I did from the real life in my studio and I usually setup my objects exactly as you an see it on the paintings.

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From my Studio

Sketch for my new painting
Sketch for my new painting


My palette
My palette


This is a small sketch for my new big painting, It’s in progress now, I’m using oil on canvas and the subject is reflecting the environmental problem, “Save the Earth”

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62nd Color and Form Society Annual Juried Exhibition

Beautiful Roofs, oil on canvas, 24"x 30"
Beautiful Roofs, oil on canvas, 24″x 30″


I’m very pleased to announce, that my painting “Beautiful Roofs ” won Second Prize Award ($500) for best painting in CFS Annual Juried Exhibition.

Juror’s comments:

“The support of the Z-shaped composition is classical in its power. That structure has allowed the artist to distribute brilliant colour within the picture plane”