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Oleg Murashko

  • artist
1953

Pop-art. His works are multicolor compositions, each color having several shades. The primary intention of the artist is to affect the sensitivity of the human eye - after looking at his works attentively, you can see the colors flickering and pulsating. His artistic vision is close to Bridget Riley, Victor Vasarely, Josef Albers. The artist is fascinated by the effects of pure colors combinations.

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Oleg Murashko was born in Cherikov, Belarus in 1953. In 1976 he graduated from the Belarusian Academy of Arts. Since 1992 he teaches at the Minsk Art College.

Artist about himself:

"The colors, as well as sounds and smells, can easily cheer us up. Some of them are soft and calming; the others are stimulating and inspiring. The light influences the quality of color. That’s why color shades have different effects depending on time of a day. Like tunes, flickering colors affect our mood..."