Retiree Paints Russian Patterns On Satellite Dishes
Sailor by profession and artist by vocation, Yuri Kuznetsov lives and works in Voznesenye village of the Ivanovo region, Russia. When the man retired he decided to recall his long forgotten hobby – painting and began to paint on … TV satellite dishes…
Yuri is a self-taught artist. He liked to paint in his childhood, but in the present days he began to learn lessons on the web. For example, he was watching the video about the technique “One Stroke” to paint Gzhel patterns. He presented his first works to his friends and they liked them so much that soon Yuri already had plenty of orders. He says that he does not have time to paint on his own satellite dish – his creative plans and current orders take all the time.
In his art Yuri applies acrylic paints and automotive lacquer – to protect images from the weather conditions. The choice of materials is also based on conductivity – nobody has ever complained it had got worse after applying patterns.
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