Moon Snowby Sergey Lutsenko
This painting conveys the idea that everybody is unique and has his own perception of the world and environment. As per the plot the painting is notionally divided into two parts. Left one depicts summer and right one – winter. One side is realistic and the other is abstract. On one side we are looking at the Moon from the Earth, on the other – at the Earth from the Moon. Both sides have a right to exist and both of them are beautiful. This painting is controversial and it has completely different plots, but yet is wholesome. It reflects the difference in people’s perspectives, conveying the idea that we are different in our unity. I discovered a new style of painting-FUSION.Fusion is a style characterized by “combination of incompatible”, i.e. it unites absolutely different ideas from seemingly incompatible styles without losing wholesomeness and harmony. Realism and abstract art are two styles which complement each other by blending into one – fusion.One of the biggest values of this style is freedom of coexistence of phantasmagoric objects along with objects properly drawn according to all the rules of classical art.
Interested to Buy Original Art Work ?Artist Name Sergey Sergeevich Lutsenko Year 2016 Art Form Paintings Size 70 (cms) H x 110 (cms) W Style Abstract,Realism,Surr ealism Genre Landscape Media Canvas,Oil Price $1,600.00 Keywords realism, snow, surrealism, village, contemporary, abstract, fusion, sergey lutsenko, landscape, mill, moon, night