For more extensive artist's bio, articles and list of exhibitions, visit artist(s) website(s). Many of the images displayed on this site are copyrighted, and are used here only for purposes of education or critical review. All rights are reserved by the artists who created the works referenced herein.

Painting is silent poetry, and poetry is painting that speaks. Simonides

Eugenijus Konovalovas













Evgenijus Konovalovas was born in 1947 as Evgeny Konovalov in Omsk, Russia. 

Since 1949 he lives in Vilnius, Lithuania. From 1963 through 1966 he attended the School for Fine Arts in Vilnius. During the years 1969 – 1972 he studied philology on Vilnius State University, where it definitely became clear to him that he was born for being an artist. After seven years of work for the National Museum, he established himself as an independent artist. 

He became a master in applying the difficult painting technique of glazing. Often he is inspired by religious and classical subjects. He calls himself a post-modernist.

His magnificent works can be found in private collections in Lithuania, Poland, USA, Holland and Belgium.

















Jim M. Berberich (Stained Glass Painter)










"My name is Jim Berberich, I am an independent glass painter. I have worked in the stained glass field for over 25 years. I opened my own studio in the early 90's designing, creating and restoring windows for church, residential and commercial clients. I took up glass painting and over the years painting is my passion and takes up most of my time. I have painted and taking on joint works for multiple studios in the USA . I now work out of an old brick church building in Sioux City Iowa using it for my home and studio. The painting techniques I use is the matt and stipple method. This technique has been applied for centuries. A painted face can be fired up to 16 times. Applying trace lines, matt,multiple shadings,flesh tones and enamels by hand. Jim Berberich"

source
























Alexander Dobrovolsky - Добровольский Александр














Followers

Blog Archive

Labels

Related Posts with Thumbnails