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Surrealist, Vladimir Kush, Featured on The Wrighter
Kush answers both the bizarre and basic and is the latest contemporary artists featured on The Wrighter.
By: Selah Haki
When asked about the earliest picture he could remember painting or drawing, Kush responded, “My career as an artist began when I was a child of 3 or 4. My father was a scientist, but everyone on his side of my family used to draw all the time. I remember how in the long winter evenings I used to sit on my father's lap finishing his drawings: boy running on skis,an old man walking by with the cane ...”
According to the biography on his website, after serving in the military and graduating from the Institute of Fine Arts, Kush painted portraits on Arbat Street to support his family during the hard times in Russia. In 2001, Kush opened his first gallery in Lahaina, Hawaii, and since, has opened three more (two in Las Vegas and one in Laguna Beach).
Kobina Wright, creator and contributor to The Wrighter, is a Southern California native with a BA in Communications from California State University, Fullerton. She has written several books including “Raise the Red Teddy: A Single Mother’s Guide to Dating;” “The Hodaoa-Anibo Dictionary;” “50” and “A Crime And A Simplification of Something Sublime.”
Wright has created several art series as well, including “Fractured;”
To view Kush’s feature posted on The Wrighter, go to: http://www.thewrighteronline.com/
To see more work by Vladimir Kush, go to: http://vladimirkush.com.