Title: The Ukrainian Spirit
Medium: Meditative Art: Oil on paper – Printed on gloss paper
Signed: Gallery stamp with a certificate of authenticity
After passing through the generations, the Ukrainian people are characterized by their remarkable strength, which was manifested through their Cossacks, hetmans and true heads of government. Connecting with Tsvetnosti you gain rice – goodness, invincible thirst for freedom, courage and willingness to fight the invader even at the cost of your own life.
About the artist:
In 2009, he left his business, all material achievements, and chose a spiritual leader – the Master of Heavenly Fire. With his teacher, in a state of meditation, OL’SVOL’D began creating the Tsvetnosties (abstract, symbolic art).
The Ukrainian artist’s works have been recognized by the international independent expert Akun. The average cost of tsventosties (paintings) is €20,000.
Over the past year, the Tsvetnosties have been presented at more than 60 major events in Ukraine and Europe. Among them were incredible exhibitions and demonstrations in Paris, Milan, Tbilisi, Prague, Dubai, Zug, Nice…
From 2017 to 2022, the Tsvetnosties have received 136 awards.
This print is part of our charity exhibition “Save Us!”
Putin’s war against Ukraine saddens us deeply, and we are doing our best to support families and artists in Ukraine. Therefore, we have teamed up with a wide variety of artists from Ukraine and around the world, bringing you our biggest print sale so far. Every print is printed with love by Kunstwerk.Art gallery team, using Epson printers and original ink. Of course, each print will be gallery stamped and comes with a certificate of authenticity, signed by the gallery.
All profits from this exhibition and print sale will be donated to families and artists in need. We are donating a part of this print sale directly to artists in need and are working together with NGOs to support help initiatives on the ground in Ukraine.
Please support this print sale by buying a print (or more), spreading the word by sharing it on social media, and telling all your friends and colleagues about it. Art can change the world – and you can be a part of it!