“The fact that my creativity gives an impulse to joy and empathy is always a pleasure to me,” says contemporary impressionist artist Dmitry Spiros.
Dmitry Spiros is a contemporary impressionist artist who grew up in middle Asia. He now lives and works in Mexico. Dmitry began studying painting in 1992 and received his diploma five years later. In his work, he combines the classical school and modern trends of impressionism. Moreover, all of his paintings are created using a palette knife, oil paint, and acrylic paint.
Touch the Mystery of Creativity with Contemporary Impressionist Artist
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Eclecticism & decorative style
Several Russian artists including Gustav Klimt made a great impression on Dmitry with their eclecticism and decorative style. Books with illustrations and museums became his guides in the study of painting. “Paintings in galleries and museums provide an opportunity to touch the mystery of creativity,” says Dmitry.
In the beginning, Dmitry was particularly impressed by Russian artists of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Later, he was greatly influenced by the French Impressionists. “I continue the work of the Impressionists,” adds Dmitry.
Dmitry’s favorite genre is urban and abstract landscape. “I would say that I am attracted to impressionism in more abstract forms,” says Dmitry. He often uses acrylic paints in his work, and it is quite a complex process. “I uncover solutions to interesting problems through the use of colors,” he adds.
He is currently preparing large canvases for a gallery in Amsterdam where he has a permanent exhibition of his works.
To see Dmitry’s latest artwork, visit Saatchi Art >
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