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Artists in St Petersburg, Florida like Dmitry Andreevsky, Oleg Turchov and Dmitry Khrunov often combine works of art with sculptures, metal works and other forms of sculpture in the form of sculptures known as metal art or blue rider sculptures. The original work oferest created by Khrunov was created in 1932 called Khrunov's flying butt. The design is based on the same style of flying butt that has been used by modern aircraft. It is designed with a circular metal pole having four slender bendy wires dangling from its end.

One of the most famous sculptures in the world is made by Dmitry Khrunov in Moscow. Called Blue Rider, it was made in aluminium and was intended to look like the mythical creature, the Blue Rider. It was created by artist Olga Khrunova, who was well known for her avant-garde art theory and represented by many exhibitions in Europe and America. Her sculpture was intended to be the perfect companion piece to Andreevsky's work, which was a result of her being fascinated with works of the famous artist Vasili Khrunov.

Khrunov's art had already won him several prestigious competitions in the world of contemporary art and his pieces were highly praised for their boldness and clarity. In 1930 he went to the United States to take part in an exhibition of Russian artists in New York called the First International Exhibition of Russian Modern Art. At this exhibition artists from all over the world displayed their work in front of the assembled media, including the artisans of Munich. Among those participating were Khrunov, Andreevsky, Anatoli Khrunov and many others.

Among these people was Vasili Khrunov. He attended the exhibition in Munich and was impressed by the quality of Khrunov's work, particularly his “blue rider”. He decided that this particular style of art required an internalized approach and so he bought a copy of Giorgio Vasari's book “The Artist's Way”. He then spent some time trying to understand how Vasari saw things, and how this shaped his artistic perception. This led him on a research journey which lasted until he discovered the meaning of Khrunov's abstract art.

The book finally concluded with a short note explaining that Khrunov's painting was meant to symbolize the inner vision of Giorgio Vasari. That is exactly what happened as Vasari created several other iconic paintings which he presented in similar fashion. In fact, his style of painting was similar to that of Khrunov but with a different end point.

One of the most interesting things about both of these artists is their ability to create an enormous amount of depth while keeping it all relatively simple. It is not uncommon for modern artists such as themselves to use complex brushstrokes to paint a relatively flat subject. On the other hand, Khrunov's painting contained many different hues as well as a wide variety of shapes. This allowed him to create a tremendous amount of impression from very little effort.

Both paintings also contain commonalities. The main theme in both paintings is form. Both are able to use large forms and intricate brushstrokes to create a highly sophisticated and unique style. Both of these great artists were able to use their own personal intuition and style to translate an idea into a masterpiece. In addition, both of them exhibited a talent for intuition and were able to translate abstract ideas into something very concrete.

Both paintings have become highly collectible pieces due to their success as art works. The success of both paintings has also encouraged other artists to try to duplicate their style. As a result, today you can find artists such as Frank Pietronigro who display images of twisted, abstract forms. Others who share a similar vision include Peter Young who uses circular, non-oriental forms in his paintings. All of these artists share a vision for abstract art and have created masterpieces that truly stand the test of time.

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