Suspended in midair by a rope with a fire tip just above a dark swirling vortex, the buxom female figure of Vladimir Nazarov�s painting On the Ecstatic Verge is inspired by the �Hangman� tarot card. Swirling opalescent winds of paint in blue, violet and gold coalesce with the sparkling hair and limbs of lute playing figures that watch on like protective and omnipotent deities. A portrait capturing a female in the throes of ecstatic union with feminine energies sensuous and divine, Nazarov adopts the serpent � a cross-cultural symbol for sexuality and balance � to enhance his visual narrative.
Vladimir Nazarov is an artist living in New York. His fascination with the healing nature of art is what motivates him to create. This self-taught artist believes when meditating on colors and meaning in a piece, one can find a sense of harmony within one’s life.
Whether the medium is paint or wood, his main inspiration is drawn from the beauty and mystique of nature and people. He most often uses acrylic paints so that he can create an essay in color through layering. He embraces color and always aims to utilize the widest range of colors in each of his works. He feels that each color is powerful in its own way and triggers a different sensation with the viewer.
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