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Viktor

At the young age of 6, Viktor found his love of art and sculpture through a potato and a peeler. While helping his grandmother in the kitchen, preparing a traditional Russian feast, he had the task of peeling potatoes. When left alone to his own devices, Viktor decided to get creative and make his very first horse potato sculpture. When his grandmother returned to the kitchen, to her surprise and amusement, she saw that several of the potatoes were in a rough image of a mini horse army. At that point, everyone knew that little boy would be a great artist one day.

Levitation

– Upon a close look at this sculpture, a person can notice that this woman is b levitating (her cloak is resting on her legs) as well as falling down (her hair is flowing up). It is a transcendental reflection on the calmness and chaotic nature of life. Viktor explains that “even dur moments of falling down, a person can still find peace and inner Zen, you just have to look for it.”

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