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Spring. Mountains In Bloom Painting

Ruslan Khais

United States

Painting, Oil on Canvas

Size: 36 W x 30 H x 0.7 D in

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Original oil over acrylic on canvas landscape painting. From spring Plain-air sessions. Inspired by Pre-Appalachian wood grows and forests. Just pure joy of Spring, new bloom, bright colors. Heavy impasto builds by brushes and pallet-knives. The master-quality material has been used. Using oil over acrylic technique allows achieving the brightness of colors and richness of texture. Edges of the painting are covered with archival white linen tape for a clean contemporary look. No need for framing. It is ready to hang. Signed on the front. A Certificate of Authenticity is included.

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Painting:Oil on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:36 W x 30 H x 0.7 D in

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Ruslan Khais is a Philadelphia artist, working predominately in the genre of abstract landscape. Born 1971 in Chisinau, Moldova. Studied painting in Moldavian State College by name Repin and State Pedagogical University in Kishinev, Moldova. After immigration into US Ruslan Khais got accepted for Certificate Program in Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and continued his studying from Elizabeth Osborne, Bruce Samuelson, and Osvaldo Romberg. From 1999 until 2001 Ruslan Khais was affiliated with Osvaldo Romberg’s “Studio”. Participating in numerous group shows and solo exhibitions in Tri-State area, Ruslan Khais is a recipient of awards from Philadelphia Sketch Club, PAFA Alumni Association, Berks County Art Alliance, Berman Museum and Vermont Studio Center. Some paintings by Ruslan Khais found their way into few corporate and privet collections. Collections of Ms. Jane Gordon in Wynnewood PA, Johnson & Johnson at Springfield PA, and Massachusetts State Hospital in Boston are some of them. " In general, my paintings are skirting the boundary line between representation and pure abstraction. Color, form, gesture, and physicality of paint - all of them are the subjects of main interest and great importance. Almost all paintings have been inspired by the landscape. Behind every abstract composition is a particular place in a particular time and in a specific atmospheric condition."

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