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January 21, 2013


Filed under: vladimir kush — Tags: — admin @ 8:17 am

I was introduced to Vladimir Kush’s art not to long ago, as I had made a comment to a friend of mine that where are the living surrealists?

Well, I found one! I hope you enjoy this post and his work! I love the imagery!





Kush predominantly works in the medium of oil painting on canvas or board, with many of the original paintings also sold as limited edition canvas prints.




His bronze-colored sculptures are small-scale and usually based on imagery from his paintings, such as Walnut of Eden and Pros and Cons.

 Although his style is frequently described as surrealist, Kush himself refers to it as “metaphorical realism” and cites the early influence on his style of Dali’s  surrealist paintings as well as landscapes by the German Romantic painter Friedrich. 

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