My painting “Sadhu and the old man” – 4th place, category 28 – Orientalism
John Harrison has written an article for RussiaKnowledge about me.
“Dmitry Fesechko is a serious young man although his modest demeanour may not display this at first. It’s only when you get to know him and he shows you his work that you realise that you are dealing with somebody who values his art above all else. … “
My painting “Bull fight” was granted an honourable mention on the second annual online exhibition in the International Gallery of Arts (IGOA). Two more of my paintings are exhibited also as well.
If I ask you what is the capital of art now you would probably say that it is London or New-York. And you will be right. But let’s not forget that some time ago a capital of art was Paris. Belle Époque, Salon de Paris, impressionism, fashion – these are some of the associations that come to my mind when I am talking about art and Paris. Besides of that we should remember that France was a great colonial empire that had domains all over the world: in North America and South America, Asia, Oceania and Africa of course. So you can imagine how many artefacts of traditional cultures were exported to the metropolis.
Some of you might remember my old site fesechko.com . It was dedicated to all of my arts: 3D design, digital illustration, traditional art and of course miniatures. Now I finally decided to concentrate on one of those – traditional oil painting. For those who search for my miniature works still can find them on my Putty and Paint gallery. There are only my major works of course but I want to calm you down, I have some plans to make a separate page for my miniature projects in future.
I will write some posts here as this site still has some functions of blog. They would be written in English. Please, excuse me my Russian readers, but I really do not have so much time to write everything I do in different languages. I paint and paint a lot. I do want to have some private time . Thank you for understanding.
I do appreciate any attention to my art. Thank you,