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Artist Alexander Belozor is Ukraine’s first underwater painter.

"It is not only my environmental awareness that moves me. From the artistic point of view it is a serious impact into the development of art. Studying the underwater sphere I explore for myself and others the different laws of perception of sunlight by a human eye. This is a new and unexplored world for artists who paint in air sphere and study laws of refraction of light in the air. These personal discoveries are seen in artworks, because every scenery is a live impression of an artist who paints en plein air under water.”

(text from alexanderbelozor.blogspot.com)

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