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A painter who is a philosopher costs dear, but it is double as costly if he is a truly master of art. Andrey Aranyshev carries rare conviction in combining the methods of creating conditional decorativeness, colour surface and figuraly-spatial reality. His objects are bright and delicate; his images are not flesh but emotion. However the artist doesn't create antropomorphous phantoms. His actual "characters" are energy of light, colour, an exquisite line and harmony of composition. He isn't involved in authentic object depicting. He dematerialises spatial and air perspective. His light, loosing its linearity, mystifies the spectator by its multyaspectness and emotional dispersion. His line "exalts", "grounds", "normalises", and "challenges". It is unexpected and charming, nervous and ephemeral. A. Aranyshev is conceptually static and not narrative, intuitive and possesses visible artistic culture.
The assistant professor of
Russian Literature department,
Yaroslavl State Pedagogical University.