Dmitri Matkovsky Russian Canadian. Lives and works in Toronto, Canada and St.Petersburg, Russia.
After retiring early from a 25 year career in rock music with «Auktyon» and other bands he began as a acrylicist and was strongly influenced by Gerhard Richter, who was his first Teacher for the short period of time in 1991.
Style: Abstract Expressionism. Why?
Because of emotions. It’s all in this particular moment. All your life. It’s like music improvisation. You need to say explain all life in one moment, in one phrase, in one white square…
Emotion is relationship with others. My art is relationship with others too.
I like competition, I like to make something new every day, on the end I like to win. I like to win every day. For me to finish my canvas is like finish line for runner or reaching the peak for mountain climber, I will die for this.
I love paint and I love colors, and I love white canvas. I like even prepare canvas for painting, I just love to be an artist.
When I’m painting I feel like a marathon runner dying to reach the finish line. I feel like the mountain climber whose single driving goal is to reach the peak. I want to succeed. To win.
I feel liberated when create art. First, because I can escape this reality, and second, because I can produce something that is influence on somebody’s mood or state of mind. And I like it.
His paintings have been sold to offices, shops and private residences in USA, Canada, France, Germany etc. Up until now in 18 countries.
synesthetes* - The phrase synesthesia in art has historically referred to a wide variety of atits experiments that have explored the co-operation of the senses (e.g. seeing and hearing; the word synesthesia is from the Ancient Greek σύν (syn), "together," and αἴσθησις (aisthēsis), "sensation") in the genres of visual music, music visualization, audiovisual art, abstract film, and intermedia.