is best known for his landscapes of Russia and other countries where
he has traveled. He also finds inspiration in still life with a vivid
and vibrant combination of colors and carefully selected compositions.
His paintings can be found in private and government art collections
and adorn the walls of many houses and around the world. His painting
style is predominately impasto, the application of heavy layers of oil
on canvas. After the last layer is applied, there is a one-year drying
period before the painting is completed.
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