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Peter D

Artist's Profile

Peter Dranitsin is a self taught and self representing artist. He grew up in the family where my mother is a professional artist and my father a professional photographer. As a kid growing up Peter went to art school in Saint Petersburt Russia and learned the basic concepts of drawing, painting and sculpture.

After finishing high school Peter have served in the active military duty with United States Marine Corps as an infantry man. He did one tour in Iraq: fought in combat in Fallujah. During his military career Peter have thought of many things he could do when he returns home. He have found out that creating art was the best thing that could ever happen to him.

Peter loves to paint and contribute all of my time creating new paintings. He prefers to paint with acrylic paint and feels that he has full control over this type of paint. Many people ask Peter what motivates him to paint - creating something beautiful out of something unknown is my motivation in creating new abstract paintings.

Please watch Peter's video where he share with you my painting techniques:

Speaking through a language consisting only of lines and colors, Abstract Art Paintings can be a translation, expression, or a representation of something rather than a portrait of it. Some individuals compare it to that of a child's school project. Defined, Abstract Art uses a visual language of form, color, and line to create a composition. It may exist with a degree of independence from visual references in the world. Abstract is a painting style rather than a classification or a period of art as those listed above. Keep in mind that this amazing form of art has no set rules, the picture may or may not look like something, there are no rules. You can observe the many different elements of the painting. This may include the form, the thickness of the paint, the textures of the paint, lines, arches, the colors, etc. Do the colors blend, do they clash, do they complement one another? How does the painting make you feel - does it create a sense of joy, anger, depression, anxiety? When painting on canvas, specifically pertaining to Abstract type art, there are many different tools the artist may choose. In many cases it will end up being what you least expect. Newspapers, squeegees, sponges, spoons, the list can go on and on. The idea behind using such tools is easy. Abstract Art is Abstract. There are no lines to stay within. No one to tell you that you did it wrong. It merely shows what the artist felt and wants to convey through a selection of colors that best describe the emotions felt. Another trademark of many abstract artists is manipulating the medium used prior to it drying completely. For example, scratching through the surface of one color to achieve a specific look or feel. Abstract art is timeless. Some of it captures the raw emotions of the artist and some of it displays the well thought out geometric patterns of ones mind. Once you know what goes into creating an abstract art paining, something you may have once thought was so disorganized and so easy turns into an amazing snapshot of a view through the 3rd eye of the artist; the state of enlightenment as per the the artist. And by the way this is what Peter's customers are saying: Peter, you are the best great Artist and a great businessman as well. I am turning many people on to your website and I am telling everyone to get your stuff know cause I think you are going to be huge in the future. I also will be ordering more shortly I like the one titled " DREAM TELLER " Bobby Hey Pete, I received "Underwater Kingdom" and "Make it Blue" today and I'm loving the heck out of them both! Amazing work. Arvin Hi Peter, "Your abstract art is utterly amazing. I haven't had a chance yet to look at the rest of the site but I can now put you in my top five favorite artists which include Wasilly Kandinsky and Paul Klee and two other not as well known artists Marinaomi and Clint Newton but I now know the next item I want to buy for myself as a christmas gift. Lol "Light up the fire" literally took my breath away. And almost all of page two brought forth strong emotional reactions as well. I was sorry for myself to see the original of light up the fire had sold already, though I am sure the new owner will cherish it. I am sure when the time is right and my money is saved the perfect piece will be waiting for me. You are amazingly talented and while your discounts make it easier for collectors like me to purchase your abstract art. Thank you for sharing your gift and your vision with the world. Love & Light, Shellie B.

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