Wednesday, August 14, 2019

Albin Veselka

The artist was born in 1979, in Wioming, USA, for a long time, living in Idaho with his wife and with his four children. Here he paints all the time and he is delighted that he is independent in his work and he is not a slave to a program established by someone else.
Albin Veselka was interested in art from an early age. In school and later in college, he persevered in study and worked with great dedication.
The artist's creations have often received honors and award from prestigious organizations and shows.
Some of the artists who inspired him, as he says, he evolving thanks to them, are Nicolai Fechin, John Singer Sargent, Abram Arkhipov, Ilha Repin, Richard Schmid, Dan Gerhartz, Mike Malm, Carolyn Anderson, Gerald Griffin and Leon Parson.

For me the richest blessing of art is enriching the lives of others. There is something of the divine that comes through the work of one who has mastered his mode of expression and who has something good to say. When that message comes through and awakens something within the viewer that improves his or her life; that, I believe, is the higher purpose of art. That is the intent of my work.
Albin Veselka


                                        

Quiet Reflections ‐ Oil on canvas
 

The Fruits of Summer ‐ Oil

 
Summer Song ‐ Oil on canvas


The Water Pump ‐ Oil on canvas


Spinning Wheel ‐ Oil on canvas


Summer fruits - Oil on canvas


Clematis - Oil on canvas

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