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Vladimir Vitkovsky Timeless Music Hand Finished Giclee Print

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Vladimir Vitkovsky Timeless Music Hand Finished Giclee Print

Hand embellished giclee print titled ‘Timeless Music’ by Vladimir Vitkovsky. Vitkovsky is a Russian artist who creates a unique world of emotional surrealism where the past, present and future are transformed into a heightened sense of right now.

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Vladimir Vitkovsky “Timeless Music” Hand Finished 24x36 Giclee Print

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Artist Statement

Vitkovsky creates a unique world of emotional surrealism where the past, present and future are transformed into a heightened sense of “right now.”

Artist Bio

About the Artist: Vladimir Vitkovsky was born in Russia, in 1950. He studied art at three prestigious St. Petersburg Art Schools, learning techniques from various Russian teachers and then breaking away and experimenting on his own. In 1989, when the iron curtain was lifted, Vitkovsky was able to emigrate. He began to show his work in the United States and Europe. Vitkovsky received the first place prize at the Boston Copley Association of Artists yearly competition and at the Swedish International Art Competition Art Addiction. He has also received several other honorable mentions and diplomas at juried group exhibitions in Europe. The list of his patrons includes the Dupont family and His Eminence Aloysius Cardinal Ambrozic, Archbishop Emeritus of Toronto. Vitkovsky currently resides in San Francisco. About The Art: While Vitkovsky’s art echoes classical training of the Russian academies, he… Continue reading on artist page

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