NYC-based abstract painter ANDREI PETROV joins MFA roster

10 Jul

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ANDREI PETROV on his process:

The production of a painting begins with a pencil or ink drawing on paper which I extrapolate from and edit as I work the canvas. First with pencil or charcoal and then with color washes done with acrylic or ink, I map the raw canvas and allow it to be ingrained with the materials. Once satisfied with the composition and balance, the surface is sealed with a clear acrylic so as to allow the use of oil based pigments. Handmade tools are used to drag, apply, scrape and blend the paint across the canvas plane. Sandpaper and rags also propel the evolution of the work. The addition and subtraction of paint are meant to act as a metaphor for the intentions and motives for which the paintings are based.”


ANDREI PETROV’s paintings can be viewed locally at DC’s Four Seasons Hotel in Georgetown as well as in the following notable public collections:

Alfred S. Goldfield Esq. New York, NY
Barra Corporation, San Francisco, CA

Cibo Inc. New York, NY
Dr. Alexander Mauskop, New York, NY
Equitable Corporation, New York, NY
Four Seasons Hotel, New York, NY
Golden Books Inc. New York, NY
Grant Associates, New York, NY
HIP Insurance, New York, NY
Karpas Strategies, New York, NY
Mary and Phillip Erdoes, New York, NY
Ogilvy and Mather, New York, NY
Pantone Corporation, New York, NY
Segal Corporation, New York, NY
William Ackman, Pershing Square Capital, New York, NY

Please contact MFA for available artwork for public and private collections.

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2 Responses to “NYC-based abstract painter ANDREI PETROV joins MFA roster”

  1. Art. Fashion. Furniture. July 10, 2012 at 4:40 pm #

    Well done!!! That’s wonderful news Ms. Morton!

    • Morton Fine Art (MFA) July 10, 2012 at 4:42 pm #

      So exciting!! His work is superb! I’m happy to have 3 hanging in my private collection. 🙂

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