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Paintings Vladimir Olenberg so memorable that it is simply impossible to confuse them with someone else. Sometimes they are funny and eccentric, and sometimes - sad, evoking thoughts of an allegorical perception of the world. They are also filled with incredible energy, unique originality and a kind of philosophical meaning.
Bright colorful artistic language and incredible stylized images are the visiting card of the artist, who is currently popular and in demand in Western Europe, his exhibitions are successfully held in leading galleries and adorn the collections of private collectors around the world.
A little about the artist
The biography of Vladimir Olenberg is very rich in facts and events. An artist from the Altai Territory. His father is a front-line soldier who fought in the tank forces, and his mother is German, exiled as a girl during the war to Altai from Taganrog. Vladimir was born there.
The boy grew up in a creative atmosphere, and for as long as he can remember himself - he always had a brush, pencil and wood cutters in his hands. His mother, possessing considerable unrealized creative potential, passed on to her son the love of drawing. And the father, being a school teacher-labor worker, introduced his son to all kinds of crafts and handicrafts. The boy was especially fascinated by woodcarving. And when I grew up, I realized that I needed to get an appropriate education. He graduated from the future artist Pedagogical Institute, having received the specialty of a teacher of fine arts.
Then there was work in the Karaganda Art Fund. It was there that Vladimir became interested in creativity, looking for himself as an artist. Then he gradually began to participate in exhibitions in his hometown, in Alma-Ata and in Moscow. And, as usual, fame and success were not long in coming for a purposeful and hardworking master. And in the 90s after the death of his father, she and her mother decided to leave for her historical homeland in Germany. Then the artist changed his father's surname - Panin to his mother's surname - Olenberg. However, they had to postpone the joint departure - somehow it did not work out.
And after a while, Vladimir left alone for the Czech Republic, where he lived and worked fruitfully for several years. He traveled a lot, changed his place of residence several times, moving from country to country, until he settled in Spain on the Mediterranean coast with his family.
It would seem that everything was served excellently in the fate of an artist who has both a favorite work and fame and close loving people. However, there were significant moments in the artist's life when he looked death in the face three times. And the fact that he remained alive, otherwise as a miracle - can not be called.
Still, while living in Karaganda, I ended up on the operating table. Oncologists removed the cancerous tumor and, along with it, half of the lung. Cancer is caused by excessive inhalation of radioactive dust. After that, Olenberg considers this case his first death, from which he managed to escape … The second time he was lucky enough to get out of her bony hands, when he almost drowned in a mountain river. Well, in the third - death was watching him already in Prague. Having got into a car accident in which it was simply impossible to survive, Olenberg still survived and, at the same time, retained the ability to live and create fully.
And no matter how terrible the games with death in catch-up are, the artist lives by the principle: "What does not kill us makes us stronger."And after each incident, he added optimism to his worldview, an unshakable desire to live and create. Therefore, in his work, he abruptly changed the guidelines, style, added philosophical content, and also set himself the goal of bringing only positive, good and good emotions into the world with his works.
And today, the master's works are really filled with warmth and kindness, filled with bright colors and a positive emotional background, and are also subordinated to a philosophical meaning. In addition, for people who see the energy field, it is not difficult to see on the artist's canvases the positive energy charge with which Olenberg literally charges his works. And it is not just words.
The fact is that Vladimir's grandmother on his father's side was once a fairly well-known "white" shaman woman in the Altai Territory. She knew a lot not only about conspiracies and the healing properties of herbs, but about bioenergetics. The healer tried to convey a lot to her grandson. But, as they say, young and green - and then Vladimir did not really listen to grandmother's science. But I have clearly learned one thing for the rest of my life - how to invest positive energy in the created things. Therefore, some people manage to feel the invisible effect of the positive charge from the paintings.
Despite the trials of life, the artist remained a very open person, striving to help everyone he can. Life itself gave him lessons from which he drew the right conclusions and chose the right direction. By the way, the artist often donates his works to those who need support, thus instilling his optimism in the hearts of others.
The master himself is recharged by nature. Now he is doing this on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, living literally a hundred meters away from him. And then he splashes out his picturesque fantasies on his canvases. And he also loves to fish. Apparently from here and a lot of plots related to the sea.
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