Aug 17, 2019
Mykola Khodorovsky never planned to become an abstract artist, his story is unique. He was a successful company owner in the Ukraine, with an MBA degree responsible for hundreds of employees. In 2010, he decided to move to Miami, impressed by the beauty of South Florida and its climate, and it was here where his art career was sparked by his muse – his wife Mila.
“Throughout my life, I had a hobby – photography. I first used a camera at the age of 9 and ever since then, I’ve been capturing all the beautiful moments of my life, turning them into eternity. My wife proposed to print my pictures on big canvases and it looked awesome.”
Mykola’s work hangs in collectors’ mansions in West Palm Beach, Jupiter, Boca Raton, Manhattan and Naples. He participates in numerous art fairs annually such as the Las Olas Art fair, Boca Raton Museum Art Show, Naples National Art Fair, and many others.
The Mayor of Sunny Isles Beach awarded Mykola several times as the best photographer in the city and his work is used for posters and magazine ads.
“Once my wife suggested to paint abstract recreations of the underwater photography that I shot. I used water, acrylic and epoxy resin to create unrepeatable flow of blue colors reminiscent of ocean waves. It came out pretty and the process of its creation was very exciting and intriguing – you never know how it will look in the end. Since then, I can’t stop creating new abstract pieces.”
All of Mykola’s paintings are made on handcrafted wood panels with sizes ranging from 60 by 30 inches up to 72 by 36 inches or larger, coated with resin. “I create every detail of the art piece myself, including the frames, which are painted in gold with Ralph Lauren paint.” He also creates fine art photography on plexiglass.
“I have a lot of underwater and ocean inspired images – I used to be a diver, having had more than 1000 dives. In 2000, I even published a book about diving in Egypt illustrated with my photographies. So, in my art, I combine two of my biggest passions, water and image creating process.”
Mykola Fine Art is a solution for collectors and designers who are looking to enhance a residential or commercial space with unique and inspiring paintings on wood or canvas, as well as fine art photography on plexiglass. The artist calls it “custom wall art design”. Mykola works closely with a customer to understand exactly what they’re looking for and what will work best in their space, so he will personally visit the space and propose the correct art pieces from his catalogue.
To learn more about this fascinating artist, for sales information, commissions, or general inquires, email firstname.lastname@example.org and visit https://mykola-fine-art.business.site/
Upcoming Shows & Events:
Coconut Creek Craft Festival October 12 – 13, 2019
Las Olas Art Fair October 19 – 20, 2019
Plantation Art In The Park October 26 – 27, 2019