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Dmitry Strelkov: "For me, the true freedom of creativity, the quintessence of art in its purest form is an ABSTRACTION !
But during more than a century of the history of abstract art all major areas of it seems have been already identified. So many contemporary abstract artists involuntarily lose their individuality by copying in their artworks the manner of earlier and well-known predecessors, thereby becoming stylistically like them ...

As an artist of late 20th, early 21st century, I absorbed a wealth of previous experience in fine arts and philosophies, including post-modernism. Conception of my creativity is not a pure stream corresponds to some abstract art, but vice versa weaving together various stylistic trends of an abstraction. I call my personal style "Abstract Eclecticism".

The saturation of the picture surface most varied artistic methods, painting techniques and textures combined with an expressive, dynamic compositional structure allows me to create a special, unique multi-dimensional world, to see, to learn and to know that you can as a whole in the distance, and peering into every inch of the image".


Dmitry Strelkov is the famous russian artist, he is the member of International Federation of the Artists and International Art Fund,the participant of great number of exhibitions in Moscow and abroad. His pictures are in private & corporate collections in Russia, Germany, France, China, Holland, Japan, Portugal, Turkey, in The Museum of Portrait in Moscow, in the National Portrait Gallery in Moscow and in Gogol's House Museum in Moscow.