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I believe that a new idea can be expressed only by a new form. Art for me is a celebration of passion. By the artist method, I analyze a process of creating forms especially emotional forms of women shapes and lines. I explore the plastic finesse of emotion. I want to discover tensions which arise during the process of collision and transmission of energies. I want to discover an essence of BEING in a great system of tensions. Add Comment

Biography

Nikolai Bartossik

Ukrainian:Mykola Grygorovych Bartosik

Contemporary painter and monumental artist

Born on April 5, 1951, in the Polkivnyche (Ivanky) Mankiwskyi Raion (District) in Cherkasy Oblast, Ukraine

Graduated in 1970, from the Kyiv State Institute of Decorative and Applied Art and Design

Teachers:Nadia Tanysheva, Paladiy Dudchak, Piter Polyansky, Vasyl Panchenko, Volodymyr Shlyahovoy

In 1975, graduated from the Kharkiv State Academy of Design and Art. He immigrated to New York in 1995

Teachers: Dmytro Sova, Lyubov Zhukovskaya, Yuriy Dyachenko, Sergiy Besedin

Member of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine since 1993,

and a member of the United Scenic Artists of America since 1998.

Worked at the Kyiv Monumental and Decorative Art Association from 1976 to 1995, where he worked in collaboration with artist Ernest Kotkov, creating three-dimensional compositions, "Awakening" and "Let The Sun Always Shine" - sculptures made of iron and concrete covered with mosaics (1981, Kuznetsovsk, Rivne region, Ukraine) Project architect F. Y. Khudyakov

"Meteorite" sculpture up to 15 m of iron and concrete covered with a mosaic of glazes, marble and specially made "module" of stainless steel (1983, Dnepropetrovsk, Ukraine), architects of the project: Yuriy Khudyakov, Victor Sudorgin.

"Lybidska" Metro Station composition of light line with brass elements extending the full length of the station and ends with the central panel in the end station made of brass, marble, brass stars and lights. Also, lighting design by official platform and the door track on the wall made of brass. The station was opened on December 30, 1984, Kyiv, Ukraine. Architects: Valentyn Ezhov, Anatoliy Krushynkyi, Tamara Tselikovska with Oleksiy Panchenko, artists Ernest Kotkov, Nikolai Bartossik

"By The Sources" sculpture mede of copper and concrete (1986, Kyiv, block Vyhurivschyna Troyeshchyna, Ukraine) architects of the project: Mykola Kyslyi, Grygoriy Gurenkov

Participated in many exhibitions and competitions

Works published in books:

* Artists of Ukraine, creative and biographical album directory, 4th edition (Ukraine, 2006)

* The Sculpture Reference (USA, 2005)

* Encyclopedia of Modern Ukraine (Kyiv, 2003)

* Artists of Kyiv (2000) (English)

* Encyclopedia of Living Artists (USA, 1999)

* New Art International (USA, 1998)

* Monumental and decorative art in the architecture of Ukraine (Ukraine, 1988)

Address

Address:
400 E 84TH Street Apt 7E
City:
New York
State/Province:
New York
Postal Code:
10028
Phone Number:
212-3963-474

Links

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