ART

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Vladimir Kush was born in Russia, in a one-story wooden house near the Moscow forest-park Sokolniki.

At the age of seven Vladimir began to attend art school until late evening where he became acquainted with the works of great artists of the Renaissance, famous Impressionists, and Modern Artists.

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http://vladimirkush.com/biography

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Comments
  1. josealv007 says:

    After taking Art 101 and Art 102 last year, I have to admit that I was very surprised. I learned that art history is a reflection of our past generations. It is easy to fall in love with art because we see the human evolution; we see the progress made by the early man to the present. Many advantages of learning art include how every art period has its own characteristics and historical events.

    My favorite art period is the Renaissance. It is a famous art period that started from the 1500’s to the 1600’s. During the Renaissance, the masters in essence created a new perspective, artists started to cultivate their own styles. Artists were interested in formulating their own rights of expression.

    I think that Vladimir Kush has unique talent and he is so lucky to have found what he truly loves.

  2. Art is something that will never die out. A picture can really paint a thousand words. It’s amazing how so much can be understood from a picture. Most of the world’s greatest artists have also been inspired by previous ones. The pictures you posted are very interesting.

    I believe a true artist is born with the talent, although some would argue with that. Drawing or painting a beautiful picture is definitely not for everybody. A lot of art is a representation of the artist’s inner thoughts and wild imaginations.

  3. ianpeyrot says:

    The art work is very pretty, but I wish the story went on just a little longer. what happened after he got acquainted with the works of great artists of the Renaissance, famous Impressionists, and Modern Artists?

  4. Thank you, Lena, for posting information about a really interesting artist. I never heard about him before. Mr. Kush’s art is exceptional, and different. He has kind of the same tone of color in all of his works; very nice colors, very elegant. He has exceptional imagination and is also creative. I see that he has 4 galleries around the country, and planning to open more around the world. That is so nice for an artist. I know how hard it is to open a gallery and actually maintain one; those are such perfect locations. Vladimir is relatively young, yet already he has an interesting and rich biography.
    I love art. I’m married to an artist, who comes from a family of artists. My husband’s grandfather, Mikhail Ivnitsky, was a stage designer at Odessa Musical-comedy Theater for more than 30 years. And my husband’s grandmother was a costume designer for the same theater for 30 years also, her name is Zoya Ivnitsky. You can check some of her work at http://www.zoyaiv.com . My husband’s work can be seen at http://www.alexanderantonyuk.com.

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  5. Thank you, Lena, for posting information about a really interesting artist. I never heard about him before. Mr. Kush’s art is exceptional, and different. He has kind of the same tone of color in all of his works; very nice colors, very elegant. He has exceptional imagination and is also creative. I see that he has 4 galleries around the country, and planning to open more around the world. That is so nice for an artist. I know how hard it is to open a gallery and actually maintain one; those are such perfect locations. Vladimir is relatively young, yet already he has an interesting and rich biography.
    I love art. I’m married to an artist, who comes from a family of artists. My husband’s grandfather, Mikhail Ivnitsky, was a stage designer at Odessa Musical-comedy Theater for more than 30 years. And my husband’s grandmother was a costume designer for the same theater for 30 years also, her name is Zoya Ivnitsky. You can check some of her work at http://www.zoyaiv.com . My husband’s work can be seen at http://www.alexanderantonyuk.com.

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