As serious as some of Vitkovsky’s art pieces are, the artist is actually a huge fan of humor and lightness. His unusual perception of unexpected details in life that nobody else sees, allows him to be whimsical and free in his works. One curator at a museum in San Leandro said: “If you see the world through his eyes, it will never be the same.” In addition to his love for humor, this selection contains a line of works that the artist has done in appreciation of the female form. These pieces are part of the “Bottom Line.” Life is all about ass: you’re either covering it, laughing it off, kicking it, kissing it, busting it, trying to get a piece of it, or behaving like one.
You begin looking at an abstract work and after some time you wonder: “who said it’s abstract?” They are surprisingly three dimensional, they invite you in & as soon as you step in there – you get lost, making your way through the head- spinning labyrinths. You will always know where the top & where the bottom of the painting is in Vitkovsky’s abstracts and you always feel like if given a couple more seconds to look, you will see exactly what it is there hidden in the abstract form.
Vladimir developed an oil technique transporting the viewer from the world of representational form to the world of abstraction. His application of paint is a dramatic contrast between thin, luminous layers and a heavier impasto. Vitkovsky couples a heightened realism with blurred, fluid edges. The resulting visual bridge for the viewer carries us into a […]
Vladimir Vitkovsky works in many innovative different medias, bringing each one to mastery. His art has multiple personalities. His graphic works are delicate and dream like. Mysterious faces, enigmatic smiles and imaginative figures are all a part of Mr. Vitkovksy’s interpretation of reality, which he often links to his representation of the fairy tale world. […]