Vladimir Domchuk is a contemporary artist was born 1977 in Ukraine.
Even though the painting is a part of the art process of "Straight Story", it’s really difficult to name this painting like this. It’s more like a manufactured object, but in a slightly way. On the contrary, there's something calming in the innermost consistency of Domchuk's panels.
The contemplation of art process allows a lot of subtle improvisations. These works are about looking yourself and slowing down, from the first view you can think they are similar, but need time to feel how deep are these works.
The collective effect of Domchuk's panels is calming and meditative feeling. The value of simplicity, similarity and the beauty of nuance are perceivable really good, and his unerring minimalism sustains the own spiritual hum — a systematic cadence of color, line and form.
A simplifying approach to the art-making is the driving force of his works. The primary intention is to utilize the basic elements of visual art such as dot, line, surface, color and form for creation of maximum visual impact. Volodymyr describes his paintings as non-figurative art that deals with the elements of repetition and geometric abstraction with using a combination of different acrylic materials through experimentation with mediums, tools and action painting techniques.
In his creative activity Domchuk Vladimir uses the combination of intellectual reflection with the spiritual heritage of humanity. His creativity inspired by nature, time, space, color, movement and composition. The aesthetic reductivity in his works overlaps with decidedly contrary visual elements; with playing of dualities. The concepts of time, space, concentration, and reflective energies of motion are expressed in this works.
The creating by a unique method provides a balance of structure and chaos what is fulfilling of that. The using of the color is one of the important elements in his works, it suggests certain meaning and involves emotions. He improvises everywhere, it is his total spontaneity. In the course of this process he places the various elements which continue until the emergence of an acceptable “visual plane”.
Even his creative process is rather laborious and lengthy and at the same time he finds it's very meditative. He is fascinated by the interplay of lines, color and forms where the relationship of harmony and balance plays a significant role.
In Domchuk's works you can find and feel his desire for creativity, material sensitivity and expansion of consciousness.