Charming Women by Russian Artist Vladimir Mukhin
Vladimir Mukhin is a Russian artist, who was born on April 25, 1971 in Karaganda, Kazakhstan, USSR. He graduated from the Penza Art College and the All-Russian Academy of Painting and Architecture. You know, he is a member of many Russian and international organizations, including the Union of Russian Artists, Creative Union of Artists of Russia, International Art Fund, the International Association of Art IAA-UNESCO. Recently, Vladimir became a full member (academician) of the International Academy of Art and a member of Oil Painters of America.
The artist’s paintings are exhibited in many art galleries, for example, in the gallery Elite (Carmel, California), SR Brennen Galleries (Scottsdale, Santa Fe, Palm Desert), Genesis (Honolulu). In addition, his paintings are in private collections in Russia, USA, Canada, France, China and Australia.
Now Vladimir lives and works in Moscow.
“Art is created to decorate walls, so it needs to be a luxury.”
Aesthetics of modernism and impressionistic tone are close to the artist.
Art cannot and should not be the imprint of reality, and even more its X-ray, it is intended to create its own world.
Mukhin creates a world filled with bright colors, fascinating play of light, a world in which there is no place for ugliness, world, which gives the viewer the opportunity to be transformed under the influence of its colors, and find seemingly forever lost inner harmony.
There are not only bright colors and romantic images, but the lyricism, theatricality and distinctive brushwork in his paintings.
His art is poetry in painting and anthem to female beauty. His art is full of abstract beauty, lyricism, poetry, irony, refined lines, pouring light, and energy. Here, as nowhere else, you feel the magic of beauty and harmony, fragrance of love and bliss around graceful girls and women.
Images of women and children with pigeons, puppies, flowers, books and hats come alive. His art fills the world with harmony and disarming beauty.
“I want to give pleasure. Everything should be bright and light for the viewer. For me, impressionism is the language of delight, elation and joy.”
Without a doubt, Mukhin is one of the best representatives of contemporary Russian art, who with dignity continues the work of the great masters of the past.