As I wanted to start my new painting today with some simple landscape, since I haven’t done something like this in a while, I thought, “why not make a video of it?” My youtube channel devoted to my art works only has one video so far and it is just a collection of some works. While I will probably firstly do speed painting video, I may also consider some simple tutorials on various materials, what do you think?
I have three ideas already I want to try out today with the video, and I am very excited what will turn out, but also kind of cautious for the same reason. I have a few minutes to spare as I take a break from my art day today after hours of painting and many more to come. I have a drawing in mind, and a still life just to try in a different style than I did before. Let’s see how it turns out!
My youtube channel is here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2kJ3kRl8jMbkR56mUnmGgg?feature=watch
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Thanks for your attention, readers!
I have been featured as an artist with an online interview that was conducted information on here:
please find time to look at it and possibly share!
I am still trying to figure my way around this site, but so far what I can say is, “Hello everyone, I am an artist and I admit to be addicted to creating what people call ‘works of art’.” That is my strong and weak point. Strong, because I’ve spend years getting to the level I am at now and still feel like there is so much more to learn there is hardly enough time. Weak, because when I should be studying for my midterm that is coming up tomorrow I am happily painting a what is yet to be a black lacquered traditional Ukrainian jewellery box in Petrykivka style. I hope this blog will increase the familiarity of my art works towards everyone who will open their heart to appreciate it, not to me, no, but the work I do, because that is what defines me and I define it.
p.s. the image you see is a charcoal on paper drawing called “Daydreamer”
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This Facebook page has multiple additional information that is not available on other sites I post, there I allow myself to post images that are still in progress (which is always fun to see) and just as they are done. Whereas for other sites such as http://fineartamerica.com/profiles/ruslana-lev.html I limit myself to professionally taken photographs of my work.