Roman Reznitsky (born 1978 in Uzbekistan) is an Israel contemporary artist. Who he works in pop art technique developing his signature visual style. He studied in various art schools, mastering academic drawing and the various techniques of painting.
How did you get into art?
Over a period of six years I studied in various art schools, mastering academic drawing and the various techniques of painting. Then I entered the Faculty of Architecture.
Having received a full artistic education, I began to discover myself in different hypostasis and as a result chose pure artistic creativity.
How would you describe your style? What makes your work special?
In just a couple of years, I created my own expressive and recognizable language of emotions, colours, sex, household fantasies and optical illusions. My work balances on the edge of painting, graphic art and design: massive strokes of acrylic form the relief of the canvas, while the figurative image is applied with clear confident lines, closing the rich colours in contrasting contours, all the while creating a multi-layered perception of each painting.
How do you go about developing your work?
First I come up with a plot, then sketches it on paper. And only when I am convinced that everything fits, I transfer it to the canvas. Averagely, one painting takes 3-5 weeks.
Who or what influences you?
I call myself a practical person - no need for cosmic energies and all that stuff )). I am influenced by artists, both of the past and contemporary, and often go to exhibitions. Travel, books and women (where do without them!) are also the sources of my inspiration.
Make us curious. What is planned next?
I will certainly continue to create in both styles, Pop Art and Dot Art. My style looks good in collaborations, so I'm going out to world brands. And, of course, exhibitions! We must leave our marks on art!