Oleksii Koval: “Pine. Golden evening”

£14,000.00

2020; 51×102 cm; Copper, enamel. “Art is a fairy tale, it’s a mystery.
If an oil painting for example is highly predictable, and
etching implies about third of unexpected effects, the result of
working with enamel in its turn is up to 70% accidental.
Accident is the most beautiful thing in art. When you master
the main secrets of the technique you can deliberately
change something, do something wrong on purpose, and
upon getting the results you can build a whole new system
from this mistake. Enamel is a technique that allows you to
create a mystery.” OLEKSII KOVAL KOVAL OLEKSII born in Kyiv, Ukraine. In 1996 he graduated from the Shevchenko State Art School (painting class). From 1996 to 2002 he studied at the National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture, Faculty of Painting. Since 2000 he has been working in monumental art. These are murals, mosaics, stained glass sketches. He has worked with Ukrainian and foreign architects. From 2006 to 2009 he studied hot enamel technology in Kirichenko’s workshop and studied the peculiarities of technique in private workshops around the world: China, India, Europe. Since 2009, he has been сreating productively and fruitfully, using different techniques and materials – silver, copper, bronze, precious stones. The artist’s personal exhibitions were held in galleries and museums of Ukraine, USA, Canada. His works are kept in private collections and museums in Ukraine, USA, Morocco and many others.

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