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Oil painting Evening in the steppe Kalenyuk Alex

"Evening in the Steppe" is a captivating oil painting that transports the viewer to a serene and enchanting natural landscape. The canvas, rich in texture and color, is a testament to the artist's mastery in capturing the essence of the steppes. At the forefront of the painting, the vast expanse of the steppe stretches out as far as the eye can see. Golden hues dominate this arid terrain, which seems to go on endlessly, creating a sense of boundless space and freedom. The undulating grasses, with their gentle swaying in the evening breeze, lend a sense of movement to the scene, as if the steppe itself is a living entity. In the middle ground, a lush forest emerges, a stark contrast to the open expanse of the steppe. The forest is a realm of cool, deep greens and earthy browns. Tall trees, their trunks gnarled with age, rise majestically into the sky, their leaves rustling softly in the wind. A narrow, winding path leads the eye deeper into the woods, inviting the viewer to explore its secrets. The sky above is a breathtaking symphony of colors. As evening descends, the once azure blue sky is transformed into a canvas of warm, vibrant hues. Shades of orange and pink merge with the fading blue, creating a captivating gradient that bathes the entire landscape in a soft, ethereal glow. Wisps of clouds drift lazily across the horizon, adding to the overall sense of tranquility and calm. "Evening in the Steppe" captures the magic of a fleeting moment in time, when day transitions into night and the world is bathed in the gentle embrace of twilight. It is a testament to the artist's skill in evoking emotion and inviting the viewer to step into this serene and harmonious natural world, where the beauty of the steppes meets the tranquility of the forest under the soothing embrace of the evening sky.

*** ABOUT THIS PAINTING ***
* TITLE: "Evening in the steppe"
* ARTISTS: Kalenyuk Alex
* SIZE: 20x30 cm/'7.87x11.81 inches'
* MEDIUM: oil, canvas
* HAND PAINTED: Original painting from our collection
* CONDITION: Photos provide accurate information about the product.

About the artist: Born March 13, 1954, in the city of Piryatin, Poltava region. He graduated from the Crimean Art College named after N. Samokish (1887). Teachers in the specialty: V. Grigoriev, M. Morgun, L. Gracer. Painter. The main genres are landscape, still life. The paintings are distinguished by emotional openness, warmth, affirm the harmony of life. Dominants of creativity are the deep roots of national traditions, Ukrainian cultural heritage. Member of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine (2008). He taught fine art at the Pyryatinsky school - gymnasium of aesthetic education (1988-2008). At creative work. Participated in exhibitions: national and international (since 1978). Personal exhibitions - in Kiev (2003, 2007-2009), Lubny (Poltava region, California (USA; 2006), Poltava (2007, 2010), Priluki (Chernihiv region, 2008), Warsaw (2009). Main works: “Flowers field ”(2007),“ Still life with a daffodil ”(2004),“ Indian summer ”(2007),“ Birch ”,“ Spiral panychi ”,“ Kalina red ”(2004),“ Field of the sun ”,“ Apple blossom ”, “Evening Breath” (2005), “Silence”, “Summer” (2006), “Sunflowers” (2007), “Plowed Field”, “Such is Life ...”, “In the Garden” (2009), “It's Cold” (2010). Individual paintings are stored in the National Museum of Art, National U. T. Shevchenko, Museum of Cultural Heritage in Kiev, Poltava Museum of Local Lore, lived and worked in the city of Poltava.

Materials used:

oil

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Evening in the steppe (2023)
Oil painting
by Kalenyuk Alex

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Oil painting Evening in the steppe Kalenyuk Alex

"Evening in the Steppe" is a captivating oil painting that transports the viewer to a serene and enchanting natural landscape. The canvas, rich in texture and color, is a testament to the artist's mastery in capturing the essence of the steppes. At the forefront of the painting, the vast expanse of the steppe stretches out as far as the eye can see. Golden hues dominate this arid terrain, which seems to go on endlessly, creating a sense of boundless space and freedom. The undulating grasses, with their gentle swaying in the evening breeze, lend a sense of movement to the scene, as if the steppe itself is a living entity. In the middle ground, a lush forest emerges, a stark contrast to the open expanse of the steppe. The forest is a realm of cool, deep greens and earthy browns. Tall trees, their trunks gnarled with age, rise majestically into the sky, their leaves rustling softly in the wind. A narrow, winding path leads the eye deeper into the woods, inviting the viewer to explore its secrets. The sky above is a breathtaking symphony of colors. As evening descends, the once azure blue sky is transformed into a canvas of warm, vibrant hues. Shades of orange and pink merge with the fading blue, creating a captivating gradient that bathes the entire landscape in a soft, ethereal glow. Wisps of clouds drift lazily across the horizon, adding to the overall sense of tranquility and calm. "Evening in the Steppe" captures the magic of a fleeting moment in time, when day transitions into night and the world is bathed in the gentle embrace of twilight. It is a testament to the artist's skill in evoking emotion and inviting the viewer to step into this serene and harmonious natural world, where the beauty of the steppes meets the tranquility of the forest under the soothing embrace of the evening sky.

*** ABOUT THIS PAINTING ***
* TITLE: "Evening in the steppe"
* ARTISTS: Kalenyuk Alex
* SIZE: 20x30 cm/'7.87x11.81 inches'
* MEDIUM: oil, canvas
* HAND PAINTED: Original painting from our collection
* CONDITION: Photos provide accurate information about the product.

About the artist: Born March 13, 1954, in the city of Piryatin, Poltava region. He graduated from the Crimean Art College named after N. Samokish (1887). Teachers in the specialty: V. Grigoriev, M. Morgun, L. Gracer. Painter. The main genres are landscape, still life. The paintings are distinguished by emotional openness, warmth, affirm the harmony of life. Dominants of creativity are the deep roots of national traditions, Ukrainian cultural heritage. Member of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine (2008). He taught fine art at the Pyryatinsky school - gymnasium of aesthetic education (1988-2008). At creative work. Participated in exhibitions: national and international (since 1978). Personal exhibitions - in Kiev (2003, 2007-2009), Lubny (Poltava region, California (USA; 2006), Poltava (2007, 2010), Priluki (Chernihiv region, 2008), Warsaw (2009). Main works: “Flowers field ”(2007),“ Still life with a daffodil ”(2004),“ Indian summer ”(2007),“ Birch ”,“ Spiral panychi ”,“ Kalina red ”(2004),“ Field of the sun ”,“ Apple blossom ”, “Evening Breath” (2005), “Silence”, “Summer” (2006), “Sunflowers” (2007), “Plowed Field”, “Such is Life ...”, “In the Garden” (2009), “It's Cold” (2010). Individual paintings are stored in the National Museum of Art, National U. T. Shevchenko, Museum of Cultural Heritage in Kiev, Poltava Museum of Local Lore, lived and worked in the city of Poltava.

Materials used:

oil

Tags:
#landscape #nature #oil painting #original painting #ukrainian art #art collectibles #evening landscape #steppe #steppe landscape #evening in the steppe 

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Bоrn Mаrch 13, 1954, in thе city оf Piryаtin, Pоltаvа rеgiоn. Hе grаduаtеd frоm thе Crimеаn Аrt Cоllеgе nаmеd аftеr N. Sаmоkish (1887). Tеаchеrs in thе spеciаlty: V. Grigоriеv, M.... Read more

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