Paintings should be plotted in advance, and the code followed properly, if the real essence of the subject matter was to be captured. Each painting is fascinating by stunning fantasy stories, game with metamorphic! Departure of the Winged Ship Photo: The father had taught him that ancient Greek civilization considered mathematics and art on a par with each other, so that the former could be used to plan the latter, and great artworks could result from employing mathematical codes. In the year 1987, Vladimir began to take part in exhibitions organized by the Union of Artists. In Los Angeles, Kush worked in a small, rented home garage, but was unable to find a place to display his paintings. Full Steam Ahead Photo: Kush quickly discovered that he found a world of inspiration in art school because the classes he took were prepared to allow eager students total artistic freedom.
After a mandatory stint in the Russian Army where Vladimir Kush mostly kept busy painting large murals and portraits of generals, he briefly taught at his alma mater but found he could make more money and have enough free time to explore his newly forming style by painting portraits on the streets. Vladimir's surreal paintings are vivid dreamlike images with vibrant colours which plays an important role in success of his works. This was where he painted the very first of his surrealist paintings. After six months of military training the unit commander thought it more appropriate to employ him exclusively for peaceful purposes; namely, painting propagandistic posters. Surreal art is compelling and graphic, often quite disturbing, but it never leaves the viewer lost for words.
His interest in art was sparked at an early age and as a child, he was fascinated by the continuous sketching done by his artistically inclined scientist father. Kush was a prodigy, showing artistic ability since he was three or four years old. After military service and graduating from the Institute of Fine Arts, Vladimir painted portraits on Arbat Street to support his family during the hard times in Russia. One exponent of surrealist art, and to great effect, is the magical, Russian-born artist Vladimir Kush, whose artworks, painted or sculptural, will always leave you breathless with wonder. Sunrise by the Ocean Photo: His work soon came to public attention and began selling in 1987, as soon as he began to exhibit with the Russian Union of Artists. Within six months of starting his infantry education, it had become obvious to his commanding officer that Kush would be better employed painting big canvases or murals, which naturally had to include military elements, like the one depicting a radio transmitter atop an iceberg in mid-ocean. At the age of seven, Vladimir Kush began the formal training that led him to the Art Institute of Moscow where Kush furthered his mastery of color theory, composition, oils, and art techniques of all kinds.
Surreal Paintings : Vladimir Kush is a Russian Born surrealist painter and sculptor. His surreal paintings are the merger of animated forms with unanimated objects which results in a creation of a fantastic imagery of oil paintings. In 1995, a new exhibition in Hong Kong at the Mandarin Fine Art Gallery brought more success. . Sunrise by the Ocean Breakfast on the Lake Construction Upstairs Daisy Games Fashionable Bridge Fish in the City Golden Anniversary Journey Along the Edge of the Earth Last Supper Voyager Treasure Island African Sonata Arrival of the Flower Ship Born to Fly Butterfly Apple Departure of the Winged Ship Eye of The Needle Forgotten Sunglasses Horn of Babel Metamorphosis What the Fish was Silent About Fauna in La Mancha I am also an artist by profession.
He staged a highly successful art show in Germany in 1990, going on from there to Los Angeles where 20 of his most recent works were on display. I try to provide layers of meaning for viewers to explore and emotionally respond to the discoveries they find in my art. Vladimir Kush, Russian painter and sculptor, was born in Russia, in a one-story wooden house near the Moscow forest-park Sokolniki. Mornings were spent at a regular school learning the usual curriculum, while afternoons, up until 9 pm, were spent doing art classes. Vladimir Kush was born in 1965, in a modest house on the northern edge of Moscow. After military service and graduating the Institute of Fine Arts, Vladimir painted portraits on Arbat Street to support his family during the hard times in Russia.
From the comical to the majestic, Vladimir Kush continues to push the borders of surrealist art today. He flew to Los Angeles where 20 of his works were exhibited and began his American Odyssey. Vladimir Kush was born in Russia, in a one-story wooden house near the Moscow forest-park Sokolniki. Journey Along the Edge of the Earth by: Vladimir Kush 46. His imagination seems unable to accept boundaries and his work continually dazzles with innovative flair. Rose Awaiting by: Vladimir Kush 31.
Butterfly is often seen in his surrealistic images as it symbolise travelling, beauty and soul according to him. You can find an impressive array of Kush's creations for sale from the vast inventory on eBay. In Los Angeles, Kush worked in a small, rented home garage, but was unable to find a place to display his paintings. An exceptional artist, whom we are privileged indeed to have living in our time. In Hawaii, Vladimir discovered the world he had dreamed of since childhood, when he painted his first oil painting of a tsunami wave falling on Hawaiian shores. Every viewer looking into the surreal art work of Vladimir will be provoked with his exuberant works. In 2001 Kush opened his first gallery, Kush Fine Art in Lahaina, Hawaii.
Reference material here is pointless because the actual use changes faster than any printed reference can hope to keep up. Throughout his work, Kush explores themes of love, freedom, and adventure, while blending symbols, colors, and shapes in ways that defy ordinary thinking and challenge the mind and heart. He was sent, as a youngster, to two different schools, in an effort to foster his interest in art. Vladimir Kush's remarkable art is represented in galleries throughout the world. This surrealist inspires by the works of Salvador Dali and you can see it in his paintings. Vladimir entered the Moscow Higher Art and Craft School at age 17, but a year later he was conscripted.
I have desire to paint a lot. In 1995, a new exhibition in Hong Kong at the Mandarin Fine Art Gallery brought more success. He was introduced to the works of great artists of the Renaissance, the Impressionists, and Modern artists. Vladimir Kush still visits Moscow often where the cold, dark winters force his imagination to roam, but the influence of the Hawaiian skies is readily apparent in many of his paintings. Many of his pieces feature beautiful, open skies pulsing with light and movement, reflective of the yearnings of the soul.