|Full Name:||Jury Makeev|
|Country, City:||Belarus. Minsk|
|Member since:||May 30, 2012|
|Last seen||August 18, 2013|
Jury Makeev finished art school and art college in Minsk.
Except already known tendencies in art, Jury Makeev works in new genre, called Spirituart, created by himself. Spirituart tendency introduces you a form of religious consciousness through any works of art, in core of which the author`s interpretation of Spirit`s beginning lies. All of uncanonical images of Spirit`s world, created by combination of symbolism of energy interactions of ancient and modern methods are concerning this genre. Most of the works were created with butter on canvas and the other part of author`s works-with mixed technique and numerical graphics.
Artist`s works are introduced in different genres, but the main tendency may be definitioned as postfovism with strong influence of impressionism, expressionism and minimalism. As a result of this confluence, an unigue author`s style was created, which transmits dreamy atmosphere of author`s pictures through bright colored decisions of shapes. All of the author`s works are borned spontaneously, without prior idea, reflecting natural sequence of events and its emotional perception by artist through development of color energy, what allows visual and structure shapes of work to change for a whole creative process. Creating a shape`s structure through color spectrum, the author creates picture`s surface layer by layer. The color`s transparent and the presence of air space allow spectator to fathom slimness of changing human and nature cycles, and many forms create the `kaleidoscope` of energies, which owerflowing in each other, define harmonious integrity of completed picture. Combining different architectural elements with variety of shapes of nature landscape, mixing surrounding reality with dream, the author drags off spectator in the world of his own fantasy and feelings. The author`s creative luggage includes 500 pictures, created by him in different times. Most of the works were created with butter on canvas by palette knife technique. An overwhelming amount of author`s works is located in private collections.