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Website
http://www.koroshilov.com
Member type
Artist
If you're an artist, what kind of art do you make?
Drawing, Painting
I am...
an award-winning freelance painter based in London and exhibiting internationally. I paint primarily in oil. Although studio work is mostly commissioned by private and corporate clients, recently I became involved in public art projects as well. In the last 15 years I participated in over a 100 exhibitions worldwide.
About my artwork
Figurative painting with interest in Human Figure, Portrait, Still Life and Decorative Composition.
Artists I like
Emilio Tadini, Euan Uglow, Boris Grigoriev, Petrov-Vodkin
What exhibitions are good at the moment?
Turner and The Masters, Tate Britain
Centre of the artworld:
London

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New Painting Commission



A small collection of fine quality oil paintings has been commissioned this year to…

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Posted on July 25, 2010 at 20:42

Architectural Impressions

The following notes accompany a collection of oil paintings on paper reflecting my continuous attempt to understand an Organic Form in the Built Environment.



The aesthetic quality of an organic form is directly determined by its inherent metaphor and appeals both to understanding and emotional perception. The extent of such understanding is determined by the extent to which we are open to a new metaphor and ready to link an organic form and existing understanding of the language… Continue

Posted on January 30, 2010 at 12:00

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At 15:13 on November 20, 2011, Tanya Martin said…

wow i love your style of work :) i have to say 5 stars x

At 1:48 on May 24, 2010, Kate Vrijmoet said…
I laughed out loud when I read your response! Your kindness has made my day. :-) And what a boost to both of our egos that my preference was for your new work! My best teacher once told me, in response to starting, "just start painting fast and furiously" That's what I do now. It works great! I make lots of mistakes from which to learn, and I don't waste a lot of time "angsting" over how to begin. There are also so many fabulous accidents that occur and I embrace. It seems that most of the paintings are made up of accidental marks.
At 3:12 on May 23, 2010, Kate Vrijmoet said…
Valery, I can't tell you how much I appreciated your discussion thread and also appreciate your comment to me both private and on the thread. Thank you. I think your statement regarding your own art is so elegant. And I love the mark-making/brushwork in the 2 paintings of the men with their hands to their ear/s, the painting preceding them and the one of the boys just following them. I'm astonished by your ability to render fabric. I enjoy your content-driven work! It's very smart.

I wondered about one line in your statement:
"It appears, an organic form has a potential of transforming any closed space into a living entity that continually gives part of its vital energy to the people who use it. In contrast to that, a non-organic form, for example, - the one based on a rectangular shape, - dramatically reduces the amount of this vital energy."

I wonder why you assert, with what theological proof you say so assuredly, that the non-organic form dramatically reduces the amount of vital energy? You may be correct, but I didn't see that this conclusion was the logical one in contrasting the first part of the paragraph. It got me thinking, "maybe yes, maybe no." Wonder if you would have interest in elaborating?

Kind Regards,
Kate Vrijmoet
At 10:18 on April 24, 2010, alex solodov said…
Privet Valery! Spasibo za teplye slova. Thank you for the warm words about my work. Incredible technique skills in your paintings! Greetings, Alex
At 21:44 on March 3, 2010, Elin Bogomolnik said…
Valery,
Thank you for your comments towards my work. I appreciate your opinion very much.
Elin
At 14:35 on December 20, 2009, Janet Gathier-Coomber said…
And thankyou to you too, Valery ..
The work of a painter like yourself is masterly, grand ..
"Image" work and digital photography like mine belong to a different (minor) register .. I would say
At 11:19 on November 8, 2009, Jackie Pentalioti said…
Thank you very much for your kind comments. I am very impressed by your work. It is both classic and modern at the same time. I can see that you are interested in textures like me.
Kindest regards.
At 21:47 on October 25, 2009, Pieronymus Kosch said…
Dear Valery,
thank you very much for your comment.
Your works are genial.
Please viste my network, and join, if you like.
Best regards
Pieronymus Kosch
Pieronymus Art Network
At 0:54 on October 16, 2009, mike hinc said…
Yes but you joined the other Drawing group.
At 23:00 on October 15, 2009, mike hinc said…
Very nice work - have you thought of joining this group??
http://www.artreview.com/group/drawings
 
 
 

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