Seascapes Polish artist Marek Ruzik.
Contemporary Polish artist Marek Ruzik (Marek Ruzyk) is often compared to Ivan Aivazovsky. And this comparison is well-deserved, because mark writes Marina in the tradition of the romantic era. Most often, the artist depicts sailboats caught in a storm and fighting with the raging waves.
Marek fails to capture the variability of the sea. Each of his paintings on one subject, however, original and exciting. The artist skillfully picks up the paints in his palette all shades from bright emerald to bluish-black. White foam on the crests of the waves illuminated by the midnight moon, and the heavy waves, one after the other and strive to strike the ship.
Pictures of Marek reveal the complicated relationships of Man and the Sea. The artist talks about a time when brave sailors often had to pay with his life for the desire to travel and make discoveries. This is the era when humanity was taking its first steps in shipbuilding, when the person on the frail little boat was a sliver in the middle of the boundless ocean. In his paintings of Marek rarely depicts the survivors of people, those who managed the boat to get to shore. Much more interested in the desert landscape and the ominous breath of the sea.
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