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'Untitled XI' Abstract Acrylic Painting by Yuriy Zakordonets
Dimensions: 80 x 160 cm (31.5 x 63 ")
Medium: acrylic on canvas
Conditions: new, canvas mounted on stretchers
Shipping: this abstract acrylic painting will be shipped to your address from the artist's studio in Ukraine for free. It is transported rolled up in the tube and requires being mounted on stretchers or being framed.
Certificate of Authenticity: you will receive the COA (certificate of authenticity) signed and dated by the artist to prove that the artwork is original.
Yuriy Zakordonets is a talented painter from Ukraine who in his abstract acrylic paintings combines a passion for art with a passion for healing.
His primary education was in Medical Science and he still works as a reputable M.D. in Odessa.
Yuriy Zakordonets has a very peculiar style. He has worked with different materials: wood, metal, and canvas—but also leather, which almost became his signature, like a “proof of origin” of his art. Ukraine is a country where farming is very well integrated into the economy. Many people have (or used to have) connections to rural life. And leather is somewhat a symbol of stability, original crafts, local business, hard work... His works include elements of cave paintings; lines are soft, human bodies are rather symbolic and tattooed and images are graphic. They remind us of ancient alphabets. The lines create a labyrinth, a maze where you can easily get lost… His work amazes us by its aesthetic as well as its power of traditional art. It is authentic and it has decorative magic.
His art career started in the early 1980s when he took part in various exhibitions dedicated to painting, graphics, and design as an artist, coordinator, and curator. Since then, over the years, Yuriy has successfully combined multiple art community leadership roles with his personal exhibitions which took place in Odessa (Ukraine), Riga (Latvia), Tallinn (Estonia), Chicago (US). His artworks are included in private collections in Europe, Australia, Asia, the US, and Africa.