Description Sea Dog is the one of my last paintings in my series of still-life. I used bold colors and powerful brush strokes, as I do in all my paintings, in order to create a lasting visual impression. Art buyers (and art lovers) will see symbolic references to prominent realistic painters like Jan Vermeer, Rembrandt and Gustav Klimt as I offer homage to their artistic vision through my own art. This artwork is still for sale, so if you’d like to purchase the painting just contact me.
Constantine Mogilevskiy, Kiev Member Since December 2009 Artist Statement BIOGRAPHY
Constantine Mogilevskiy was born on 22 May 1953 in Lugansk. He graduated from painting faculty of Lugansk Art College in 1972.
He graduated summa cum laude from Kharkov Art and Industry Institute, specializing in monumental-decorative Art in 1981.
Since 1988 Constantine has been a member of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine. He works in easel painting, and monumental art (stained-glass windows, mosaics, fresco).
Has been a participant of domestic and foreign art exhibitions, artistic groups in Ukraine, Hungary, and Croatia.
Has made a lot of glass-paintings in private and public architectural ensembles.
His paintings are in private collections of Ukraine, Russia, Hungary, Poland, Austria, Croatia, Germany, Switzerland, and the USA.
The main theme of Constantine Mogilevskiy’s art is the “beauty of things, which tells us something about our past”. The combination of perfect technique and philosophical thoughts and moods makes his paintings unforgettable. That is why his art finds so many admirers all over the world.