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|The Yacht Club at the Luga-River|
(2013, , , 50 x 70 см)
|A Yacht Club on the Luga River|
(2013, oil on canvas, 50 x 70 cm)
This picture of Sergei Opuls, who has always been an outstanding master of landscape painting from nature, was created at the "Kurgalsky plein air" project in the summer of 2013 in a beautiful Kurgalsky reserve, where has recently appeared a new port "Ust-Luga". This is a unique landscape with an old bridge where the goats often walk. The Deep Luga river flows into the Gulf of Finland; here there are water and the kingdom of heaven, which embody in artist's live paintings. Those two elements piece out one of the worlds of Opuls, who was a former sailor and a helicopter pilot in the past. Both elements are close to him and flow one into another, as Sergey Opuls sayd: "The sky and the sea is One, because mountains are always only a bottom of the ocean air...”
Feel the depth and infinity of nature's power, plunge into it, come into it and stay there relaxing and enjoying the peace of mind...
The premiere was held at the Exhibition of the Arte Gallery "Waiting for a miracle" in 2014.
It was exhibited at the first exhibition "The ethnic view" (2014) at the First Leningrad ethnic festival "Russia - the harmony of cultures" (Tosno), then in the permanent exhibition of the namesake mobile exhibition project.
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Questions to Opuls
Question: Is the art a tool of knowledge of the world? What kind of world do you see from the top of your creative activity?
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The artist’s task is to make an order from chaos. You collect details, look for the general line, organise. You give sense to the senseless facts. You spread out a puzzle from pieces of the world around. You mix and reorganise. You combine. You arrange. You screw together. (Chak Palanik. A diary)