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2004 coloured pencils, gel ink pen on paper

balancing by Alenka Co

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colored pencils, gel ink pen, paper, surrealism

A self-taught artist from Tomsk, Russia

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  • sure2010
    sure2010almost 2 years ago

    Lovely creation with great imagination…

  • Thank you very much, Suresh.

    – Sergei Rukavishnikov

  • Larry Butterworth
    Larry Butterworthalmost 2 years ago

    outstanding

  • thank you, Larry

    – Sergei Rukavishnikov

  • JRGarland
    JRGarlandalmost 2 years ago

    Awesome creation!!!

  • Thank you, John. I appreciate your opinion

    – Sergei Rukavishnikov

  • Vitaliy Gonikman
    Vitaliy Gonikmanalmost 2 years ago

    I hope he ’s gonna make it….That is a situation when you have no choise,,,,you have to make it…. Great work!

  • Thanks a lot, Vitaliy. It’s the everyday situation of balancing between senses and mind

    – Sergei Rukavishnikov

  • © Kira Bodensted
    © Kira Bodenstedalmost 2 years ago

    09-11-12 Congratulations!
    Your outstanding work has been featured in ART UNIVERSE

  • I appreciate the feature, Kira. Thank you

    – Sergei Rukavishnikov

  • Diane Johnson-Mosley
    Diane Johnson-...almost 2 years ago

    Brilliant!

  • Thank you very much, Diane

    – Sergei Rukavishnikov

  • AngieDavies
    AngieDaviesalmost 2 years ago

    Such an imaginative and eyecatching work! Congrats on your feature!

  • Thank you very much, Angie. I’m glad you like it

    – Sergei Rukavishnikov

  • Donna19
    Donna19almost 2 years ago

    Sometimes it is hard to do with the hounds at your heels. This is really a powerfully realistic work Sergei. It gives me pause and I am sure many others as well. :)

  • Thank you, Donna. As soon as one’s had this kind of experience of life, it’s easy to understand

    – Sergei Rukavishnikov

  • linmarie
    linmariealmost 2 years ago

    “10/14/2012”

  • Alenka Co
    Alenka Coover 1 year ago

    You show just how difficult, and dangerous, it is, this balancing. I like how you’ve made the human so fragile compared to what awaits him should he fall.

  • Thank you very much, Alenka. It could be an internal eternal balancing… as well as external

    – Sergei Rukavishnikov

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