When it comes to assorted magic in the realm of brushes, Ukranian artist Roman Garasyuta is known in the artistic world as the master of unpredictable, yet mysterious, combinations of incongruous realism, romanticism, impressionism, art nouveau, and even abstract when it comes to painting and depicting women.
Where satin is a tone given away by Nancy Sinatra and allure is a ballad by Joanna Zimmerman; his brush breaths Côte d'Azur exhaling women with great enigma in romanticism with the philosophy of Jacob Boehme to sport unity of absolute opposites. He has unusual ways of creating images that are self satisfied yet with eyes that are mysteriously indifferent. All his subjects – the women – are a strange and frightening mix of multifaceted natures of women that put spells on men. His work is the epitome of the perfect connection and blend of romanticism, realism, and abstraction.
Having fallen in love with this wonderful artist's work, I decided to share some of his portraits below. Please visit his work on the following url: