Sergiy is a young, emerging artist from Ukraine who originally created abstract pieces inspired by landscapes. He likes to experiment using different techniques, and also isn’t afraid to step away from his usual theme of landscapes. In 2020 the artist started a new series of paintings that is somewhat different from what he has done before—he now takes his inspiration from vintage Soviet porcelain figurines.
Sergiy KondratiukLoves me, loves me notAcrylic on paper60 x 84 cm£310.00
Sergiy KondratiukBelka and Strelka , 2020Acrylics on canvas70 x 90 cm£300.00
Sergiy KondratiukPorcelain elephant , 2020Acrylics on cardboard60 x 80 cm£235.00
Sergiy KondratiukUntitled, 2020Acrylics on paper61 x 84 cm£180.00
The Art Unit Talks: Sergiy KondratiukNovember 29, 2021How has the quarantine affected your artistic life? The quarantine surely had its effect on my art. Before there was a lot of social life and in the quarantine, you stay with yourself and spend more time in your studio, think more and analyze more. I came up with new ideas—the new series that I am developing right now with porcelain. I think quarantine affected a lot of people. Perhaps it was a positive effect on most of the artists-everyone created a lot of new paintings-new series. What living...Read more