The Age Of Heroes. Clairvoyants

by Ruslan Khais

An original oil and cold wax medium on canvas painting. This artwork is a part of the series of my paintings dedicated to Homer’s “The Iliad” and “The Odyssey”. Inspired by Cy Twombly’s “Fifty Days at Iliam” and works by Cy Twombly in Philadelphia Art Museum. Heavy impasto builds by brushes and palette knife.The master-quality material has been used. Edges of the painting are covered with archival white linen tape for a clean contemporary look. No need for framing. It is ready to hang. Sig...

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Ruslan Khais

Ruslan Khais

Ruslan Khais is a passionate Moldovan-born painter based in America who has exhibited his work throughout the US and UK. He predominately works in the style of the abstract landscape, and constantly skirts the boundary line between representation and pure abstraction. Color, form, gesture and the physicality of paint carry great importance in Khais's creative process, and are recognisable in his finished artworks that stand out for their vivid colours and interesting combination of structured line and sweeping form. " In general, my paintings are skirting the boundary line between representation and pure abstraction. Color, form, gesture, and physicality of paint - all of them are the subjects of main interest and great importance. Almost all paintings have been inspired by the landscape. Behind every abstract composition is a particular place in a particular time and in a specific atmospheric condition."

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