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Materialization of smooth thoughts about the inevitable Painting

Vladimir Kolosov


Painting, Acrylic on Canvas Panel

Size: 20 W x 24 H x 0.2 D in

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This piece is the attempt to build visual materialization of our thoughts. Thoughts about almost everything and nothing connecting to each other and smoothly flowing from one stage to another.

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas Panel

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Size:20 W x 24 H x 0.2 D in

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BIO Vladimir Kolosov – a multi-educated Canadian artist. Since early childhood Vladimir is closely connected with music, fine arts, history and later with: mathematics, physics, psychology, and business. All of this is an integral part of his personality and life. Of course, his knowledge find the reflection in his art. Vladimir's art is not a copy of surroundings. Environment, nature, events, observations are inspiration to him. He observes, analyses, emphasizes the most important and deliver his findings through artworks to the viewer. He was born in USSR - the country which is not exist anymore. In 2006 Vladimir moved to Canada. He is the member of Federation of Canadian Artists, member of AICA/IAAC (art critic and independent curator). He wrote several essays about contemporary art about his way in arts. Vladimir is a columnist of VOYZX Art international magazine ( His publications also are mentioned at his website: ARTIST STATEMENT I believe there to be no greater medium for expression than works of art, an idea is best spread through artwork as it allows the audience to interpret it in their own individual ways – which creates a stronger bond between art and audience. For this reason I chose art as my main means of expressing both the extraordinary and the simple joys and intricacies of the world that I have come across in my lifetime. Words would not suffice in trying to explain the inner workings of the mind – paint on a canvas does a much better job at showcasing the emotions and thoughts that ran through my mind with each particular event or thought portrayed in my artwork. Some of these artworks relate directly to events that I have experienced, and some are just ponders of what could have been or what is currently happening around the world from my point of view. Art is my passion, and my main way of letting the fragments of my mind flow out and allow them to be expressed. BIBLIOGRAPHY: ALBUMS "Mental Space", 2016 (Canada), "Illusion of Reality", 2014 (Italy) "Fraser River: The Living, Working Spirit", 2014 (Canada) “Vision and Mind”, 2013 (Canada) “Adventure”, 2013 (Canada) “Transcending Vision: From Vision to Voice”, 2012 (Canada) “Artists of BC Vol.

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