Steampunk painting by Andrey Gusarenko
Talented painter, sculptor, and steampunk artist Andrey Gusarenko lives and works in Yalta – the southern city of Crimea, Russia. He works in different techniques, with different materials. The art gallery of Andrey Gusarenko includes paintings, drawings, batik, mosaics, sculptures, airbrush, body art, engravings on glass, steampunk. He developed several new techniques, based on a combination of different materials, called combined painting – a combination of painting with real inlays, complemented with volumetric elements. The other word for his art – Assemblage. Assemblage art works is a three-dimensional object, with the inclusion of non-fiction materials and found objects, until debris. Assemblage as a style has its roots in the technique of collage – graphic work, mounted as a single composition of parts of different nature and different backgrounds.
In contrast to the collage, assemblage – work with the inclusion of three-dimensional objects. Meaning of the work – a synthesis, a new system where the whole – more than the sum of its parts of already obsolete other systems. And this style can be called art to create a whole of unconnected things.
Art works by Andrey Gusarenko are in private collections in 16 countries: USA, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Denmark, China, Canada, Turkey, Australia, Bulgaria, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Azerbaijan, the United Arab Emirates and in all countries of the former USSR. Andrey has created and successfully implemented more than 5,000 works. He participates in exhibitions and art events, published in the press and directories.