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Vladimir Manzhos AKA Waone of Interesni Kazki

AS HIS NAME SAYS, WAONE INTERESNI KAZKI (INTERESTING TALES) CREATES IMAGES WHERE SPIRITUAL AND IMAGINATIVE MEET EVERYDAY REALITY. INSPIRED BY SURREALIST PAINTERS, UKRAINIAN FOLK HISTORY AND FAIRYTALES, HIS ART IS A PRODUCT OF FANTASY VISUALIZED THROUGH STYLE OF CONTEMPORARY MURALISM. WORKING WITH ACRYLIC ON MURALS AND CANVASES, AS WELL AS INK ON PAPER, HE THINKS THAT THING THAT MAKES HIS ART UNIQUE IS ITS CONTENT: CONCEPT, IDEA AND SYMBOLISM, THREE MOST IMPORTANT ELEMENTS OF STORY THAT ARTIST TELLS THROUGH HIS ART. THERE IS ALSO LIFE, ENERGY, THE SPIRIT AND SOUL OF THE ARTWORK, BUT AS A PERFECTIONIST, THE ARTIST HIGHLIGHTS THE IMPORTANCE OF THE PERFECT TECHNIQUE. ALWAYS TRYING TO DO HIS BEST HE PARTICULARLY PAYS ATTENTION TO THE DETAILS EVEN IF THEY ARE TOO HIGH THAT NOBODY CAN SEE THEM FROM THE STREET.

FROM GRAFFITI ART TO BLACK AND WHITE MURALS

Year 2004 was the milestone of his career when he did his first mural without letters. Next year, along with Aleksei Bordusov aka Aec, he established Interesni Kazki, artistic duo that strived to overcome the remains of Soviet propaganda and turn to the West. Exploring the language of fairy tales, they saw their aim as “a symbol of life which could gave a fuller viewpoint than pure realism.” Processing the themes that evolved meaning of life or internal fight between good and evil, Interesni Kazki’s visual stories became serious interpretations that questioned the religion of material wealth and spirituality in Western society. During 2016, two talented muralists decided to set out on their own paths. Similar in their views on art, Waone and Aec were also artists of their own, with many individual characteristics and differences between their visions and approaches. Waone’s style came to the surface on his Matter: Changing States, first entirely in black and white wall painted mural. Unlike his previous works, colorful depictions are replaced by precise lines and shadings, reflecting his remarkable sense of detail. Melting in the sun of South India, he was thinking about stories of local people complaining about the cold snaps in Northern India and lack of rains during the latest monsoon on the South. The artist himself also experienced the coldest winter in Florida ever which all gave him the idea to process the theme of climate change

Sacred Tree

Sacred Tree

28 x 48 cm
Acrylic and gouache painting on paper
SOLD

The Trick

The Trick

Acrylic on linen
47 x 14 inches
SOLD

A Spark of Life

A Spark of Life

Acrylic on linen
59 x 86 inches
SOLD

The Great Naturalist

The Great Naturalist

Ink on paper
39 x 49 cm
£3,800 (+ VAT if in UK)

To buy this drawing or for more information please email: fraser@agallery.co.uk

Plantae Carnivora

Plantae Carnivora

Ink on paper
29 x 52 cm
£3,800 (+ VAT if in UK)

To buy this drawing or for more information please email: fraser@agallery.co.uk

Beta to Alpha Transition

Beta to Alpha Transition

Ink on paper
11 3/4 x 11 3/4 inches
£2,500 (+ VAT if in UK)

To buy this drawing or for more information please email: fraser@agallery.co.uk

Unknown Melody

Unknown Melody

Ink on Paper
50cm x 30cm
£4,000 (framed)

Buy this drawing by emailing: fraser@agallery.co.uk

In Forest Wilds

In Forest Wilds

Ink on Paper
30cm x 42cm
£4,000 (framed)

Buy this drawing by emailing: fraser@agallery.co.uk

Knowledge to Create New Worlds

Knowledge to Create New Worlds

Ink on paper
27 x 29 cm
SOLD

Meaningless Moment

Meaningless Moment

Pencil and ink
25 x 35 cm
SOLD

Dionis in his Boat

Dionis in his Boat

Ink on paper
29 x 29 cm
SOLD

Intuition

Intuition

Pen on paper
27 x 29 cm
SOLD

Elusive Moment

Elusive Moment

Ink on paper
29 x 29 cm
SOLD

Kleos Aphtiton (Undying Glory)

Kleos Aphtiton (Undying Glory)

Ink on paper
29 x 29 cm
SOLD

On the Edge

On the Edge

Ink on paper
29 x 23 cm
SOLD

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