Dmitry Spiros

Cancun, Mexico

Russian contemporary impressionist artist.

“Bright fantastic paint palette transmit the energy of the city streets, night city parks with lonely lights, cars and passers-by, and the rain in the pictures seem to lyrical and warm… “

Dmitry Spiros – contemporary impressionist artist.

The subjects of his paintings are mostly city scenes, genre paintings, the sea, flowers, and portraits. Most of Dmitry Spiros’s paintings are created using the medium of the palette knife, oils, and acrylic paint. Spiros is constantly finding new themes, subjects and creative approaches to use.

At what age did you know you wanted to be an artist?

I have always been fascinated by museums and magnificent paintings. From the early years of my youth, I loved to draw and loved to copy artists. I studied technique and skill. as an artist professionally, I started working at the age of 21.

What is the earliest artwork you did that you can remember?

The earliest paintings that I have painted that were portraits of people and landscapes.

Which classical or contemporary artists have inspired you?

I like artists of the 19th and early 20th century. The Impressionists have always inspired me. Style, technique, and theme of painting is what drew me to the Impressionists.

How would you describe your artistic style?

I always say that I am a follower of the Impressionists. bright my style is impressionism.

When did you first sell an artwork? How did you feel?

I was very proud of his first painting mine and it was a portrait of a girl.

What's your workstyle? Do you work on one piece at a time or work simultaneously on multiple pieces?

Each painting requires a lot of attention. I’m starting a new picture when I finish the previous.

How do you get the inspiration for a new piece?

I have a lot of sketches and a lot of subjects for my paintings and I’m starting a new painting depending on the mood. Sometimes it’s the sea, but most often it is a landscape of forest, field, flowers.

Tell us a bit about your personal life ...

I’m in my Studio most of the time . painting requires a lot of concentration and energy. I give a picture of a part of my soul and my inner world. I love spending time at the sea and watch the waves. The sunset, the sunrise, the beauty of the sea, his colors give me new strength and energy. I love to travel new cities and see people, houses, parks autumn, because it’s one of my favorite themes – urban landscape. Very pleased with the feedback from my collectors and it is very important opinion for me. Over the past few years I have sent a large number of my paintings and I am proud that many people from all over the world have my works.

“The sky takes on shades of orange during sunrise and sunset, the colour that gives you hope that the sun will set only to rise again” –  Ram Charan

A few pieces from Dmitry Spiros’s gallery

Evening Boulevard

Summer Pond

Why they love Dmitry Spiros’s art

Andrea, Paris, France

Absolutely thrilled with this painting. Beautiful colours, textures and composition. Professionally packaged and arrived in good time. Very happy and will definitely buy again 🙂

Sheila, New York

I love this painting! I purchased a different piece from Spiros about 3 months ago and while I loved it, I just knew it didn’t belong above my fireplace. This piece is perfect in every way and my earlier purchase is going in my guest room. Both rooms look really fantastic now!

More about Dmitry Spiros

Shows & Exhibitions
1995- personal exhibition at the Art Academy
1996 – a collaborative exhibition “Spring”at the House of the Artists  (Tashkent)
1997 –  a group exhibition “Colors of the Summer” at the House of the Artists (Tashkent)
1998 – collaborative exhibition “Celebration of NAVRUZ at the Central House of the Artists,  Tashkent .
2000 – group exhibition “Pallette”, Samara, Russia.
2002 – May – personal exhibition at the art gallery Meridien, Samara, Russia
2005 – February – – personal exhibition at the bank Solidarity, Samara,
2005 – March – – personal exhibition at the bank  “РБР”, Samara, Russia
2006 – collaborative exhibition, an art project  of the Volga Energy Company, Samara, Russia
2007 – December –  “ТЭЦ – территория искусства”, an exposition of the project by Volzhsky TGK , Russia.
2008 – April – personal exhibition “Venice – ripples of water”
 2009 – August – a creative workshop and exposition at the city of Baden Baden, Germany and Stasburg, France
2010 – June  – a creative workshop while traveling in the towns of Croatia
2010 – November – participation in the Rusian-Brittish  “Charterhouse Charity Art Auction”, London, England.. All the proceeds from the auction were donated to  The Humanitarian Aid Relief Trust” (HART).
2011 г. – May- Participation in the Russian-Brittish charity art auction “Joy”, Samara, Ruussia. .. All the proceeds from the auction were donated to build and upgrade orphanages in the Samara region of Russia,