Feeling The Chaos? Discover The Artist Who Wants To Prove That Art Really Does Relieve Stress & Motivates – Dmitry Tells All

The combination of a background in Physics & Maths as well as a PHD focusing on brain and nerve fibre dynamics, may not immediately shout art & emotions to many but read on! Contemporary abstract artist Dmitry has successfully managed to overcome his own personal challenge of analytical control combined with natural emotions to release the power of emotional art. It is as if these two opposite spectrums have collided to create a moment of powerful realisation for Dmitry’s art – he captures a moment and expresses his feelings of harmony between the intangible and the tangible through his ‘Emotional Painting’.

Dmitry is an honest and passionate artist who truly believes that art can help us to create positive and powerful emotions. When we sit in front of a piece of art that magically captures our attention it can ignite so many different emotions translated from the artist to us. The German Expressionist Kandinsky reminded us how ‘The artist must train not only his eye but also his soul’ and Dmitry’s work seems to emanate from these precise thoughts.

Projects in the collection range imaginatively from ‘Flavours’ to ‘Dreaming’ to ‘Solitude’, ‘Love’ and ‘Motivation’. Dmitry’s combination of vibrant colours and textures not only inspire our emotions but also lead us to evaluate and interpret what we will of the paintings.  Dmitry tells us ‘Whatever chaos you have around you it is crucial to find the way of self-organisation’ and certainly after the year we have all had this is sound advice. In the chaos of ‘Feeling’s’ is a strong, bold red heart seems to rise triumphant from the chaos – Yes! That is what we all need – the power of emotional art!

Dmitry’s ‘Feelings

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Written by: Lisa Freeman, Head of Art PR & Press and Marketing Manager

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After twenty-five years as an experienced arts PR, Lisa is now further expanding her focus within the art world to develop PR and Marketing campaigns within all sectors of arts and culture, from art galleries to exhibitions, as well as individual artist campaigns and charity art foundations.