Portrait of William (2021)
William is a colossal figure for me - an amazing artist.
His works inspire optimism in me - art is eternal!
The works of William Petrovich surprise, fascinate and intrigue, they make you think and look.
His wonderful hospitable home is a zone of something great, brilliant, phenomenal, magical, interesting, active ...
This portrait is made on linen canvas with Old-Holland and Mussini oilcoloures.
My name is Dolgor Dugarova. I am from Siberia, Russia and live now in in the Netherlands. Several years ago I lost 4 people in a short period of time who are very dear to me. During that time I have been lonely and depressed. Eventually I started painting and I started teaching other people to paint. Through painting I discovered that I can do much more than I had dared to think. I have already done a few exhibitions. My paintings stand out. This gives me inspiration to keep going and to help other people.
I have now a wonderful creative work and a wonderful creative path. I am doing a great job. Everything I do is very important and valuable for me. My work fills me with harmony and love. I express a part of the soul. I live in a flow. As long as I live, there is an opportunity to do what I really want to do.
Our world changes when we change ourselves. A lot of problems go away and never come again. Changes are taking place on the different levels. Inner energy starts to flow and the thoughts in head clear up. There is a feeling of confidence. Life becomes bright, inspiring, fascinating and very interesting. And we are happy to share our talents and gifts with the world.
I am an all round artist. I like to express myself freely using the brush. It is the most fascinating and exciting state. Endless search for new things and experiment with different techniques, materials and styles. The canvas is a place of relaxation and fascinating discoveries. I work with acrylics, oil, egg tempera, pencils, ink and airbrush. From 2016 and till now, I am developing myself in fotorealism/ hyperrealism at Foxy studio, by Marissa Oosterlee.