Valery Kot, Fairy Tales of the Rose Garden (3)


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Having a degree in architecture, 1981, worked in design institutes in Kiev,
1985, I finally decided to switch my vocation and to work professional painter.
Infatuated by surrealistic ideas started to work in this direction in 1977.
The first exhibition took place at October Palace in Kiev at the 1st of April, 1979 ("Avant-garde in the works of students of the department of architecture").
Starting in 1986 regularly took part in the opening days at Andriivsky Uzviz in Kiev.
Took part in the Modern Ukrainian Painting exhibition at the Palace Of Teacher.

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Valery Kot, Fairy Tales of the Rose Garden (3)

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  2. 2. Magician of the Rose Garden 1999(99x72)
  3. 3. Fairy Tale Of The Rose Garden 1999 (88x88)
  4. 4. Idyll 2003 (63x72)
  5. 5. Fruit of Desire 2008 (41x73)
  6. 6. La bohema 2002 (50x60)
  7. 7. Prima 2003 (40x50)
  8. 8. Sentimental walk with a Unicorn 2008 (94x81)
  9. 9. Singing in the rose garden 1999 (55.5x82)
  10. 10. Summers King 2003 (77x61)
  11. 11. Summers King 2003 (77x61)
  12. 12. La Pigeone Blanche Dans le Jardin du Leonor 2006 (50x60)
  13. 13. Valery Kot (born 1958 in Ukraine) holds a degree in architectureand used to work in architectural firms throughout Kiev,Ukraine. In 1985 changes his vocation and starts dealing withart, lead by ideas of surrealism he is so fascinated by, from hisearlier years. In 1977 performs his first art works in surrealismgenre. His first show took place on April 1979. Since 1986 artistexhibits and participates in various shows in Kiev on apermanent basis. Artist exhibits in EuroCenter Berlin, Germany in1991 and Spa, Belgium in 1995 and 1997. The concept of artist’swork is uncontrolled play of subconscious associations, philosophyand inscrutability of the images and themes, connection ofnatural with surreal, reality with fiction. Artist is trying toconvey that there are eternal values facing absurd and chaos ofour life.
  14. 14. Text & Pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Arangement: Sanda Foişoreanu Vladimir Spivakov - Serghei Rachmaninoff - Vocalise, Op.34 No.14