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“Cobalt Wind”. Exhibition of painting by Ihor Badyak. March 12 – April 7, 2019.

“Cobalt Wind”.  Exhibition of painting by Ihor Badyak. March 12 – April 7, 2019.

The artist Ihor Badyak is an active participant of the plein airs (creative trips). They give him creative ideas for his paintings. Last summer he visited the town Les Issambres in the south of France. These places inspire each artist. There the French impressionists painted and the artists from all over the world go there.

Ihor saw the cobalt color everywhere. The royal blue colors of the sky and the sea and the mountains which are far away. It seemed that the air was saturated with that color and the wind carried it as the fragrance spread all over.

 Ihor Badyak was saturated with that mood. He created a series of sketches and arrived to his native Lviv where have created about 20 works in which cobalt as the color is present almost everywhere.

In the main, the abstraction will be presented at the exhibition – a perfect painting deprived of a pack of objectivity and specificity. But there will be several landscapes.

The opening of the exhibition will take place on Tuesday, March 12 at 17.00

Ihor Badyak

was born in 1965 in Lviv. He graduated from the Lviv College of Applied and Decorative Arts named after Ivan Trush (1984) and Lviv Academy of Arts (1992) – Department of Monumental Painting.

A participant of Ukrainian and international exhibitions and plein air. 2016 – Torun (Poland) 2015 – Berkolo (Poland) Yavorno (Slovakia), a regular participant “Silver square”(Przemysl, Poland) and others.

From the time of his last personal exhibition in the “Green Sofa” gallery in 2016 Igor Badyak held personal exhibitions at the Art Museum of Khust, the Khmelnytsky Art Museum and the Veles Gallery in Lviv  in 2017. And solo exhibition in the gallery “Art Shik” in Vinnitsa in 2018.

Of the last pleinr are  the plein air in San Tropez (France), Driienica (Slovakia), Kriviy (Romania), Berkovo (Poland), etc.

The works are in several private and two public collections of the Chernivtsi and Khmelnytsky Art Museum.

He performed a number of public stained glass and mosaics with sacred and secular character.