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Alexander Boytsov

INEXPLICABLE#Code (2021)

Artwork Type
Dimensions
23.6x16.5 in
Techniques
Support or surface
Paper
Framing
No
Packaging
Rolled in tube
It's a picture with coded text. The storyline is pretty deeply hidden - it's encrypted according to all the rules of classical cryptography. But it would be strange to expect the audience to turn out to be avid coders, so I put the key (or password) there on the canvas. But in any case, everyone will have to work hard to get to the truth!)...
It's a picture with coded text. The storyline is pretty deeply hidden - it's encrypted according to all the rules of classical cryptography. But it would be strange to expect the audience to turn out to be avid coders, so I put the key (or password) there on the canvas. But in any case, everyone will have to work hard to get to the truth!) I wish you only pleasant emotions in this activity.
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I was touched by that concerned, tense, and slightly frightened look. So I decided to find an explanation for it. Or rather, I looked deeper and described this condition in the famous words of an equally famous person. The years go by, but the nature of the human experience does not change. Time tells us that mankind, with its spiritual quests and emotional twists and turns, is stubbornly treading in the same place. Which in itself is weird... or are we bad students? or are we going the wrong way?
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2021 © А. Boytsov
60 x 42 cm. You can order a different size.
The work is signed by the author.
Graphite pencil on high-quality white paper "GoZNAK" (density 200 gr.).
The drawing is processed with a fixative for graphic works.
No suspension system, no frame design.
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I can send this picture in a sandwich pack - in a dense waterproof bag sandwiched between two sheets of Styrofoam.
Any questions can be discussed if you email me.

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The year I was born is 1961. I have no special artistic education - I'm self-taught. *** We all come into this wonderful world the same way. Why does one pick up a brush and create, while the...

The year I was born is 1961. I have no special artistic education - I'm self-taught.
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We all come into this wonderful world the same way. Why does one pick up a brush and create, while the other simply admires the world? I don't think there's a simple answer to that question. We are surrounded by beauty created by the Creator, created for us with care and love, we only have to accept it.When I start a new drawing, I let each line go through me, trying to look at the world through the eyes of the Creator. The finished sheet is always a search, it's my understanding of the world in the moment.
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In my works I try to convey my vision of the world, my moods and my experiences to the fullest extent and in detail. I think that was a defining factor in the technique of my drawings. I have no blind spots where the viewer has to come up with an idea on their own. I don't push them on the path of free interpretation of what I see, but I present them with the fact of seeing things as I understand them now, this minute. As is. Attractive or not, clean or dirty is my view. The choice is up to the viewer to accept it or not. I will be happy if my work finds a kindred spirit.
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I've always painted. For as long as I can remember. Drew in grade school, drew in high school. I used to draw when I was in technical university. When I was in the army - also drew, it helped me a lot in my service). There was a time when I made a living out of my drawing skills as an artist in a cinema. He has worked extensively as a designer - decorating various office spaces. Has been involved in the design and installation of outdoor advertising for several years. Later there was a very long break, of several years - I was busy with my own project of building a full-scale replica of the historic ship. The artistic vision of things came in very handy in this project.Over the years a large number of works have been created. I've never sold my work before - it's always been gifts to my acquaintances and friends. I never exhibited my work for display anywhere - everyone who knew me knew I was the type of person who always painted.
I'm 60 now. The time allowed me to devote myself entirely to drawing. Drawing has always been a part of my life and I am very happy that I can now share my work with almost anyone in the world!
ALEXANDER BOYTSOV

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