Dmytro Tsipunov

Joined Artfinder: July 2016

Artworks for sale: 92

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Ukraine

About Dmytro Tsipunov

 
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       Dmytro Tsipunov was born on June, 8,1960.

    He started painting in the early 1980s. Since 1989 he took an active part in numerous exhibitions in Ukraine.Today his works are displayed  in many museums and private collections in Ukraine, France, Germany, Great Britain, USA, Israel, Russia.

      To get ultimate expression  in his works the artist applies methods of various modernist styles and directions. The definition that may describe Dmitriy's paintings in terms of style is "abstractionism". Combination and interpolation of coloured spots, lines, geometrical figurers creats kind of a sensible visual music. And all this is not a simple "air vibration" but a source of fantasy, imagination, an urge to uncover and display emotions or, on the contrary, to quietly contemplate harmonic combinations of absract forms.                                   

       For his works the artist usually uses canvas, oil, and various textured materials, but quite often he applies some additional means (nails, ropes, paper, things that surround us or their parts, some natural objects)..

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Biography

   Dmytro Tsipunov was born on June, 8,1960.

He started painting in the early 1980s. Since 1989 he took an active part in numerous exhibitions in Ukraine.Today his works are displayed  in many museums and private collections in Ukraine, France, Germany, Great Britain, USA, Israel, Russia.

  To get ultimate expression  in his works the artist applies methods of various modernist styles and directions. The definition that may describe Dmitriy's paintings in terms of style is "abstractionism". Combination and interpolation of coloured spots, lines, geometrical figurers creats kind of a sensible visual music. And all this is not a simple "air vibration" but a source of fantasy, imagination, an urge to uncover and display emotions or, on the contrary, to quietly contemplate harmonic combinations of absract forms.                                   

   For his works the artist usually uses canvas, oil, and various textured materials, but quite often he applies some additional means (nails, ropes, paper, things that surround us or their parts, some natural objects)..

 
 
 
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