To create one’s own artistic style by taking a plunge into the antiquity, its sculpture, graphics, and painting, is what the main character of this vlog, Oleh Denysenko, managed to achieve. His paintings literally radiate light and enlightening. It’s no wonder they provoked the global wow effect in modern art.
Gessography is a form of art that balances between heritage and innovations. It was invented by a father and a son, Oleh and Alexander Denysenko.
Interpreting art as a tool of social changes, they have united for the common cause. The characters of our story aim at renewing the understanding of charity by presenting a new form of fine arts; gessography as well as AETHER, a brand of artistic attire for iPhone.
Historical ambience and modern topis; joy, courage, solitude, searching for balance, and more in ICTV’s coverage of Gessography exhibition / Oleh and Alexander Denysenko.
The project presents works created by Oleh Denysenko in a unique technique, which he patented. The invention was preceded by ten years of artistic experimentation and the search for balance in a combination of iconography, etching and painting.
The national opening of Gessography, an innovative charitable exhibition by Oleh Denysenko, and Aether, a brand of artistic attire for iPhone by Alexander Denysenko, took place.
Ten years of artistic search and 12 innovative paintings. The Denysenko family presented their gessography technique works of art. This creative experiment is a balance between heritage and innovation.
Ukrainian Catholic University invited you for the showcase of 12 paintings created with gessography, an innovative patented technique that is a novelty in fine arts.
The art of magical realism shows a seemingly ordinary world, which, however, differs from normality. It is expressed in strange contrasts, mysterious complexes of people and places, or in chaos of objects and people.
Curated by Walter Hoydysh, PhD, director of Art at the Institute, this exhibition marks the artist’s second solo show with The Ukrainian Institute of America.
On November 10th, the Etchings exhibition opened at The Ukrainian Institute of America in New York City. The exhibition showcases 40 etchings; the new works and some selected ones from the previous decade.
The etchings of Ukrainian print artist, Oleg Denisenko, delight the imagination with their fantastical themes and complex, intricate detail. The fineness of line and rich imagery reflect the very strong and active print tradition of Eastern Europe and Russia
The artist Oleh Denysenko was recently conferred a prestigious Grand Prix at a graphics festival in France (the contest was held by the local municipal authorities under the patronage of the Ministry of Culture.) Altogether, the artist boasts more than 30 prestigious international art awards.
Pilgrims, knights, alchemists, wizards, mythical creatures, and biblical characters; the world of Oleh Denysenko, a graphic artist from Lviv, Ukraine, mesmerizes.
Oleh Denysenko, a famous painter, graphic artist, and sculptor from Lviv, Ukraine, is hosted by Idea Breakfast Project in Lviv. His thoughts on an artist’s life, quality intellectual products, and the development of art in Ukraine are in this material at Platfor.ma.
Oleh Denysenko, “I’ve been in love with Lady Graphics for a long time.”
Ukranian artist Oleg Denisenko specializes in weird chimera. Surrounded by astrolabes, Masonic symbolism and arcane books, his swarthy, Quixotic-looking sphinxes dress their chicken-legged, dragon-winged bodies in suits of armor constructed with anachronistic mechanical sophistication.
The personality of the Lviv artist Oleh Denysenko, whose personal exhibition of graphics, paintings, illustrations, and plastics named Art Chemistry took place in the prestigious Dzyga art gallery recently, became a discovery for his fellow countrymen.