Sat, Jun 24|
"Multicoloured Curves" Exhibition by Martin Dansky
Step into a world where vibrant curves and multidimensional views collide. "Multicoloured Curves" is an art exhibition that explores the influence of fractal drawings, captivating viewers with its vivid colours and forms.
Time & Location
Jun 24, 11:00 a.m. – Jul 01, 4:00 p.m.
Montréal, 1844 Rue William, Montréal, QC H3J 1R5, Canada
About the event
About Martin Dansky:
Meet Martin, a remarkable artist whose unique perspective is shaped by the influences of renowned masters like Kandinsky, Chagall, Picasso, and Escher. With a background in medicine and an enchanting exposure to the artistry of Italy, Martin's colorful and open style engages viewers on multiple levels. While mostly self-taught, he has also pursued formal art instruction, including a pastel drawing course at Galerie Baz-Art in 2001 and studied under the well-recognized French artist Michel Tiffet at Ateliers d'éducation populaire du Plateau AEP in 2011. Martin's artistic journey boasts impressive accomplishments, including winning the second place award in 1995 for a commissioned oil painting that commemorated the 800th birthday of Saint Anthony, displayed at the Church of Saint Anthony on Via Merulana in Rome. Based in Montreal, Quebec, Martin has exhibited extensively both internationally and in Canada. Alongside his artistic achievements, he is also recognized as a talented actor, with a notable list of credits in the field. Martin's multifaceted artistic pursuits and unwavering passion for the visual arts continue to captivate audiences worldwide.
Step into a world where vibrant curves and multidimensional views collide. "Multicoloured Curves" is an art exhibition that explores the influence of fractal drawings, captivating viewers with its vivid colours and forms. Let your imagination soar as you witness the power and beauty of curved abstraction.