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Blue ID Painting

Yuri Polchenko

Ukraine

Painting, Acrylic on Cardboard

Size: 9.8 W x 13.8 H x 0.2 D in

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Blue ID - is warm abstract non-figurative artpiece with the character. It feels old, artistic, have 'archival beauty'. Yu Polch describes his style as Neutral Organic Abstract, the painter added much appreciated him feel of old, which bears more than a passing resemblance to Japan principle Wabi Sabi. Modern abstract BLUE ID painting has active online presence - was presented in the project Zen Of Framing https://www.behance.net/gallery/36335551/Zen-Of-Framing A random critics say: the beautiful artwork, which represents the best of Yu Polch Art. The real neutral / expressive / modern / non-figurative / abstract piece, that stays away from logical, rational Modernism.

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Painting:Acrylic on Cardboard

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:9.8 W x 13.8 H x 0.2 D in

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I live all my life with Abstract Art under my skin and deeply enjoyed to the fact my grand grandpa was the official painter at Ortodox Church. I have got still his old b&w photo, where he sits painting at the easel. I'm an Ukrainian and was born in Kiev in 1959, USSR, and now live in Kyiv, Ukraine. I started to paint early and decision to go to a local Children Art School was taken solely by me. I just came to my mom and told: - I will go to the art school. She glanced and answered: - ok. Later, I graduated after the Kyiv Polytechnical Institute and Music School 5 year on Jazz Guitar. In 90's I jammed a lot in Kyiv Art Galleries with my trio. We played Free Form Improvisation Jazz and kept my paintings at the concerts around. We had many TV and Radio shows. I used to try a lot of visual styles and classical fine Art style of painting, but my heart definitely lies close to the Abstract Intuitive Art. I love to discover new forms and spaces, to find harmony in the chaos. That is my passion. Most of my work I start from the inner spontaneous impulse, as if improvisation. From the internal impulse - line, stroke, dot, I walk through and make it journey until painting starts to resonate in visual harmony. That principle is very close to Zen monk meditation. So, I, could tell, I love visual spontaneous free improvisation. My pallette mostly neutral. I do a lot of layering, add textures. My artworks are finished when I feel they talk to me. My forms are organic and have no sharp borders, exactly as our eyes see outside world around. We see images as the objects and only then name it. Nobody can tell the name of the beauty of the sea. Everyone is emotionaly excited to watch beauty of the sea, every man on the Earth tells: - How impressive! But if you would ask him what exactly do you like? You hear no answer. Visit Free Jazz Guitar Channel: http://bit.ly/2TInTj8 Yu Polch - Abstract Art Sessions: https://bit.ly/YuPolchArt

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