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Bolcek, Šimon ; Ožibko, Michal (referee) ; Artamonov, Vasil (advisor)
The bachelor's thesis titled "Paraphrase" consists of two paintings that paraphrase the same artwork, specifically the famous piece "Where Do We Come From? What Are We? Where Are We Going?" by post-impressionist painter Paul Gauguin. Both paintings, each measuring 100 x 270 cm, are executed using the oil on canvas technique, specifically employing glaze painting. The technical approach is chosen to achieve the most convincing illusion of space and a realistic depiction of expressions, light, and materials. My bachelor's thesis is the culmination of a three-year project aimed at perfecting painting techniques to the level of photorealism. In this work, the "worlds" that influence me and in which I live my life intersect. I have previously depicted these worlds separately, but now I have decided to connect them.
What’s a little bit of smoke in a girls lungs in a world that is already burning
Kábová, Kateřina ; Alaverdyan, Argišt (referee) ; Artamonov, Vasil (advisor)
In my project, What's a little bit of smoke in a girl's lungs in a world that's already burning? I present landscapes in a romantic dystopian haze, intersected by subtle reflections of civilization, subcultures and the virtual world. Through subtle symbols and compositional games I try to reflect the fragmented reality of the digital age. Using the inner mythology of my landscape paintings, I attempt to encourage a greater sensitivity to the world around us.
Valchařová, Adéla ; Zapletal,, Aleš (referee) ; Artamonov, Vasil (advisor)
The bachelor project will deal with the theme of pilgrimage landscapes. The output will be oil paintings of various formats. The focus of the paintings should be the landscape that surrounds the figure of the adventurer-pilgrim. The paintings should capture the wildness of the landscape and at the same time the sense of fear of its nocturnal form. In contrast, the paintings will feature a dreamlike motif that will reflect the artist's inner, personal landscape. The artist will focus on the structures of each plan of the scenery and its symbolism.
Klimšová, Natálie ; Vítková,, Lenka (referee) ; Artamonov, Vasil (advisor)
The thesis tries to approach the concept of garden, especially in relation to my own artistic creation. In the thesis I analyze common elements found in the garden and connect them with the themes of my paintings.
Spectres and Illusions
Arendárik, Ján ; Stratil, Václav (referee) ; Artamonov, Vasil (advisor)
The subject of my practical diploma thesis is a painting reaction to the photographs from years 1915 to 1930. I see them as a " photographs of dead(lost) world. The photographs of people whose dont live in present but the photographs are evidence of their existence in the past.
The Change
Maceňková, Katarína ; Fexová, Patricie (referee) ; Artamonov, Vasil (advisor)
In work entitled CHANGE, I return in my memories to my home region, a town where I have lived and lived most of my life and which has been nicknamed the "Triangle of Death" for decades. This time period has had and continues to have a significant impact on my existence. In the first phase of the timeline of creating the topic of the diploma thesis, are my returns through induction and deduction. I approach my father's illness, which is not uncommon in my homeland. I connect connections leading to finding out the causes of origin and occurrence. Subsequently, I recall memories related to the stories heard from people about the factory, which was supposed to be and perhaps was the livelihood for the inhabitants of the poor eastern Slovakia, as well as the production of PCBs. I create, compile and depict images hidden in the memory of moments from my lived childhood. I depict the Chemko Strážske factory, which at that time was a kind of illusion of a happy life. I am looking for a way of acceptance and ways of reconciliation using painting techniques, through the representation of symbols and the central characters that represent it all.
I don’t care – Work is work!
Ferenc, Jiří ; Artamonov, Vasil (referee) ; Mikyta, Svätopluk (advisor)
Themes of my work are mass production and its error rate. The main target of my criticism is however the standard of goods, which separates aproved and disaproved ware. Beside criticism of standard I am also try to point out the power of uniformity of goods. In my opinion the uniformity of mass production can develop xenofobia and racism.
To the Edge of the Real!
Forman, Dominik ; Klyuykov, Alexey (referee) ; Artamonov, Vasil (advisor)
The cycle of paintings created by classical methods inspired by the theme of the Real.
As long as I don't remember who is wearing trousers anymore
Rafaelová, Kateřina ; Walshe, Katarina Janečková - (referee) ; Artamonov, Vasil (advisor)
The diploma thesis entitled As long as I don't remember who is wearing trousers anymore consists of a series of large-format paintings. The work is the result of the author's long-term interest in figural painting and especially in the pastel technique and its possibilities of depicting the atmosphere. Through the atmosphere of the image, the diploma thesis creates a space for narration and mystery. In the textual part of the diploma thesis, the author deals mainly with formal aspects of painting.
Bachelor Thesis
Štěpánková, Lenka ; Nikitinová, Alice (referee) ; Artamonov, Vasil (advisor)
A series of pictures with my loved ones.

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