Carnival in Venice paintings by Vladimir Ryabchikov
Born in 1967 in the city of Rostov, Russian artist Vladimir Ryabchikov became interested in art even as a child. In 1994 graduated from the Rostov State Pedagogical University, art – graphic faculty. His beautiful works are in different Russian art galleries and museums, private collections in Russia, Holland, Germany, USA, Italy and France. Moscow based artist Vladimir Ryabchikov is the most paradoxical artist actively experimenting with color and form. His paintings of characters, if you look closely, are very multi layered. And the oldest of their coat – rock paintings. “From there came out everyone and everything,” – says the artist.
Undoubtedly, Carnival in Venice is one of the most beautiful and fascinating events. And Venice itself is a fabulous thing, where you lose touch with time and space, not only penetrate into the depths of history, but also feel the open door into the unknown.
The painting by Russian artist Vladimir Ryabchikov makes a very strong impression. Noteworthy is the use of black and dark gray. In his paintings there is a secret, the second bottom. In every canvas says a few words, and the whole book is left unsaid. He shows a small section of his world, and hides everything else behind a gloomy veil. And this, I believe, is the highest skill in art. But mostly it is available to poets and musicians. In painting very few people managed to use this approach.