I am an artist Eduard Fleminsky. Having been professionally engaged in painting for more than twenty years, I discovered more and more new forms of beauty in art. And just recently my understanding of beauty has sharply refracted again.
Before that, as Picasso, I experimented with shapes and patterns for a long time, I liked looking for a "wild" and original expressiveness. But, having tried everything in this area that seemed interesting to me, I suddenly realized that any distortion of forms does not bring me real satisfaction.
… Composition, which is more typical not of classical painting, but of modern photography, a bold experiment with color and a slight touch of abstraction - that's what now began to inspire me.
Of course, monumental canvases with large and bright spots of color are interior decoration for bold connoisseurs of color painting. But that didn't stop me.
Once again, the matryoshka opened, revealing another inside itself. Yes, I realized that in his search, an artist (maybe not everyone) is akin to matryoshka dolls. (Still, a wise toy!) And each new one that appears unexpectedly from the previous one is a revelation. The former becomes obsolete and, dying, gives life to the new. A bright and life-loving butterfly flutters out of the pupa. This is exactly what happened to me. And this new nesting doll turned out to be beautiful, stylish and passionate, loving life in all its manifestations, loving bright impressions and colors!
On the one hand, female images have long attracted me. I noticed that through the image of a woman, I can show all shades of feelings and experiences. … On the other hand, a color spot (its hue, saturation and shape) is a secret key to the human subconscious. I walked towards this discovery for a long time, for many years, through painting, the practical study of the process of creativity, creative psychology, and even the study of the secrets of dreams. A color spot is not only an indicator of the decorativeness of a painting, but also an emotional channel into the ocean of the unconscious.
The use of abstract elements in a realistic image always refers the viewer to distant and often forgotten experiences and impressions. The picture unfolds in time.
… However, my comments remain just my comments. What is important is what the viewer sees and finds for himself.