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Artist Natalia Ivanchenko. "Opishnyanska ceramics"

Artist Natalia Ivanchenko. "Opishnyanska ceramics"

The necklace is a type of Ukrainian traditional beadwork called gerdany and is created from a pattern developed by Maria Rypan. This simple pattern looks beautiful when worn, it is perfect for a scoop neckline. Both the baby blue and aqua beads shine but are understated and not gaudy. The

Baby Blue and Aqua Swag Necklace

The necklace is a type of Ukrainian traditional beadwork called gerdany and is created from a pattern developed by Maria Rypan. This simple pattern looks beautiful when worn, it is perfect for a scoop neckline. Both the baby blue and aqua beads shine but are understated and not gaudy. The

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Recent work by visionary Ukrainian designer Roman Vlasov.   More of his…

Striking Architectural Concepts by Roman Vlasov

Recent work by visionary Ukrainian designer Roman Vlasov. More of his futuristic concepts here. More architecture inspiration View his portfolio

spring comes here -  vintage floral, ethnic embroidered organze blouse / transparent- rustic, woodland spring top / art to wear

Spring comes here - vintage floral, ethnic embroidered organze blouse / transparent- rustic, woodland spring top / art to wear

Vintage floral, embroidered organza blouse / transparent- rustic, woodland spring top / art to wear

Art History in Today's Kiev  In a mesmerizing transcendence of time and place, Ukrainian artist  photoshops characters from mythology and antiquity into ordinary scenes of modern Kiev. Incongruous though they are, clearly, there's something rather apropos about Bouguereau's Virgin Mary and child riding a bleak subway or Caravaggio's depiction of David and Goliath played out in a shadowy alley. This is art without borders, pastiche in the digital age.

Ukrainian artist Alexey Kondakov's 'The Daily Life of Gods': classical paintings in modern-day settings

Art History in Today's Kiev  In a mesmerizing transcendence of time and place, Ukrainian artist  photoshops characters from mythology and antiquity into ordinary scenes of modern Kiev. Incongruous though they are, clearly, there's something rather apropos about Bouguereau's Virgin Mary and child riding a bleak subway or Caravaggio's depiction of David and Goliath played out in a shadowy alley. This is art without borders, pastiche in the digital age.

When Classical Paintings Meet Modern World

Art Photii Krasitsky. National Art Museum of Ukraine - Ukrainian painting of XIX - early XX century.

National Art Museum of Ukraine - Ukrainian painting of XIX - early XX century.

Art History in Today's Kiev  In a mesmerizing transcendence of time and place, Ukrainian artist  photoshops characters from mythology and antiquity into ordinary scenes of modern Kiev. Incongruous though they are, clearly, there's something rather apropos about Bouguereau's Virgin Mary and child riding a bleak subway or Caravaggio's depiction of David and Goliath played out in a shadowy alley. This is art without borders, pastiche in the digital age.

Ukrainian artist Alexey Kondakov use scenes and figures from classical paintings to drop them into modern-day life.

Art History in Today's Kiev  In a mesmerizing transcendence of time and place, Ukrainian artist  photoshops characters from mythology and antiquity into ordinary scenes of modern Kiev. Incongruous though they are, clearly, there's something rather apropos about Bouguereau's Virgin Mary and child riding a bleak subway or Caravaggio's depiction of David and Goliath played out in a shadowy alley. This is art without borders, pastiche in the digital age.

For his ongoing series “Art History in Contemporary Life,” Russian artist Alexey Kondakov takes scenes and figures lifted from classical paintings and drops them into modern-day life. Bouguereau’s Son

Artist - Mikhail Ryasnyansky (1926-2003) Ukrainian Painter.

Artist - Mikhail Ryasnyansky (1926-2003) Ukrainian Painter.

Ukrainian cards by Vladislav Erko

One of Ukrainian artist Vladislav Erko's artistic playing cards based on authentic traditional Ukrainian costumes

In a mesmerizing transcendence of time and place, Ukrainian artist Alexey Kondakov photoshops characters from mythology and antiquity into ordinary scenes of modern Kiev.

Figures from Classical Paintings Imagined as Part of Modern-Day Life in Kiev by Alexey Kondakov

Steampunk Robot Lamp -This wonderful fellow just started with the antique brass gauge from a the Liquid Carbonic company (soda bottling), and evolved, as I found brass and copper body parts for him. His lantern is made from a tiny brass birdcage

Lantern carrying Robot - Steampunk lamp sculpture - Found object Upcycled Recycled Repurposed Art - Diogenes

Steampunk Robot Lamp -This wonderful fellow just started with the antique brass gauge from a the Liquid Carbonic company (soda bottling), and evolved, as I found brass and copper body parts for him. His lantern is made from a tiny brass birdcage

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Chains, called riazni, were created from small cloisonné enamel medallions. The chains may have joined layers of dress, been worn as necklaces or bracelets, or used to suspend circular or crescent-shaped pendants known as temple pendants or kolti

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