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Russian-U.S. artist Victor Bregeda was born in 1963 in the city of Taganrog into a family of painters. After Victor Bregeda graduated from an art university in Moscow, Bregeda made a decision to go along with his own personal comprehension of what creative art was really all about. Victor Bregeda states "My artistic abilities are in my blood, in a strong creative environment."
Victor Bregeda was particularly attracted by the smooth painting espouced by the Dutch school of painting. Those artists who inspired Victor Bregeda the most were Leonardo Da Vinci, Hieronymus Bosch, Peter Bruegel, Max Ernst, Nikolai Rerikh, and he states, "I also like the French school of the 18th - 19th centuries...and in addition, the works of Andrew Wyeth. My artistic abilities are in my blood, thanks to my forefathers, and I grew up in a strong creative environment."
Victor Bregeda's key directions are working with Plein Aire Landscapes, still lifes and portraits, performed in a metarealistic style with a strong influence of subconscious philosophy. Victor Bregeda uses a melange of techniques, materials and styles and tries to invent new ones. Victor Bregeda's art is displayed in art galleries and museums nationwide and worldwide. In his works Victor Bregeda shows the real nature of things hidden from empirical understanding. "I base all of my artwork on observation or experimentation...not on theory."
Singers Stevie Nicks and Sheryl Crow, boxer Oscar De La Hoya have collected Victor Bregeda as have actors Burt Reynolds, Connie Seleca, and John Tesh. Victor Bregeda's artwork commands attention, it is both subtle and powerful. It is timeless, thought provoking, elevating in substance and flawlessly done.
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