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"I live life with energy and vitality, which I endeavor to bring to my paintings. I work with quick strokes, vivid dashes of color, and bold tonal contrasts. I want to create a sense of the real but embellished with light, tone, and originality.

My enthusiasm for color and character inspires my art, which, I hope, brings a sense of optimism. Above all, I want to convey the character and warmth of my subjects, and I hope my art will inspire and brighten your day".
 

Olga Malamud-Pavlovich is originally from Russia and now lives in Brooklyn, New York. She has begun studying art since childhood. Olga continued her journey through the art world after she came to the USA. She never stopped learning as much as she could about the arts. Olga has studied several years with Frederick Wong at the Art Students League and has taken a number of workshops with other esteemed artists in New York. Olga's paintings have been included in numerous group exhibitions in local galleries and business offices in Brooklyn and Manhattan, at the Art Students League of New York and are also held in private collections in Russia, Belgium, and the USA

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The Philosophy Of Sciarsism Explored At MMOMA - Elena Seroff's Abstract Way of Thinking

November 9, 2021

by Eli Anapur / Widewalls

When abstraction became the leading art movement in the 20th century, its proponents, including Wassily Kandinsky, Kazimir Malevich, and Pablo Picasso, made a comparison between art and science and stated that art could be abstract as science. However, they never left a blueprint saying how to abstract. Several decades later, the Russian artist Sergey Dozhd, created Sciarsism, a new movement in contemporary art that addresses this problem and represents the science of artistic abstraction through which artists can understand and explain their work to other artists and viewers. To celebrate this achievement, the Moscow Museum of Modern Art (MMOMA) staged this fall the exhibition Sciarsism and Sciarsists, including Artios Gallery's Elena Seroff. 

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The Power Of Abstraction:

Guillermo Arismendi

November 1, 2020

by Ellen Opman

The artist’s vibrant works are organized in cycles by year and color. One glance at the compositions can tell you a lot about their author’s inner world and original vision. They are simultaneously chaotic and orderly, akin to the cacophony of the modern symphony. Each line represents a note, each color hue is a tone, together producing a beautiful melody. It is not surprising that Arismendi’s unique style is inspired by music and mathematics. Both subjects are known for their abstract concepts that, when channeled purposefully, result in the most harmonious display. The artist says, “I owe to music and dance the colors and movements I depict in my paintings. The choreography of shades, tones, and lines, the spontaneity of gestures and palettes, are all guided by a non-verbal state of mind. The beauty of mathematics also inspires my sense of accuracy and discipline. It serves as a counterpoint of the wildest instincts in the act of creation.” 

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The Magical World of Elena Zelenina 

October 6, 2020

by Balasz Takac / Widewalls

The modernist legacy continues to inspire some artists working today, who remained devoted to the explorations of the painterly surface while projecting their own aesthetic or conceptual persuasions. The practice of the Russian-born artist Elena Zelenina nicely illustrates this claim, as it is reminiscent of Marc Chagall’s painting, on one hand, and the spiritual preoccupations of Wassily Kandinsky on the other.

Zelenina's contemplative dreamscapes are a manifestation of the way the artist perceives spirituality since to her, everything in life is about spirituality or enlightenment, about what she likes to describe as "enlightened living."

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