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Light Of Hope Painting

Alexey Adonin


Painting, Oil on Canvas

Size: 31.5 W x 39.4 H x 1.2 D in

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There is always the silent presence of light accompanying us from clean sheets of mother's bed to the end of the mortal path. This light will never leave us as long we crave for being, and we hope. Hope is essential because the ultimate goal is to transform your dream into the light, making the world identify with it. ✔ The painting is signed on the front and back. It is on a gallery-wrapped canvas with finished black edges and comes ready to hang. "Light Of Hope" was conceived and painted throughout January/April 2021 at the Otherworldly Dream Studio, Jerusalem. About a series "Beyond The Consequence Of Time": Beyond The Consequence Of Time is a parable of man's destiny and relationship with what is beyond. The theme here is a conceptual and philosophical dialogue among different positions that combine the downfall of an old-world and a human tendency for something exalted. In both cases, what brings interest is not factually happening but how we see reality and the world and how we project our inner thoughts and feelings in them. In that regard, reality is just a personal projection that only exists when perceived in a certain way. Man lives in this world he created, in the world of spiral meanings, color values, equalized contexts, and mythological symbols. The series reflects Alexey's progression and maturity as an artist. His distinctive style is more developed, and his interest in abstract and surreal themes is continuously evident. Beyond the Consequence of Time explores the idea of imagination as a creative force that guides and drives all human activity. About the artist: Alexey Adonin explores the point of convergence between abstraction and surrealism to create a channel of communication between his inner world and the viewers, not only to share his personal vision but also and especially to invite viewers to elaborate their personal interpretations and narratives, establishing deep involvement both in the emotional aspect and in the intellectual one. From a recent interview: Q: How has the coronavirus pandemic affected your practice? A: I was very productive. The circumscribed world gives value to things generated out of time. There were moments of clarity that I implemented in my art practice. I have had many exciting ideas, whether on a notion or a technical level.

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Painting:Oil on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:31.5 W x 39.4 H x 1.2 D in

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Artist Statement Alexey explores the point of convergence between abstraction and surrealism to create a channel of communication between his inner world and his audience. He strives not only to share his personal vision but to invite his viewers to forge their own personal interpretations and narratives by involving them both emotionally and intellectually. His approach to his work is without preconception, allowing first for randomness. Alexey then takes advantage of the mind’s ability to derive order out of chaos. Finally, he strives to move away from banal copying reality toward creating one of his own—something that somehow reflects his inner world. Biography Raised in Eastern Europe, Belarus, the only child in a family of his mother, a building engineer, and his father, an art teacher, Alexey's artistic path began at a young age. He started attending Children's Art School drawing classes when he was nine. Alexey studied under the guidance of gifted teachers, including his father, one of his time's non-standard and advanced painters. Later, he went to an art college that further helped develop his artistic skills and gave him a sizeable practical base. In the early '90s, Alexey and his family relocated to Israel, where he resides and works today. Alexey has exhibited locally and internationally. His works have also been acquired by notable private collections worldwide. He has received numerous awards, most recently from Bruxelles Art Vue Foundation.

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