Igor Sokol was selected for A closer look at FRIEDA (June-August 2021). He also shared his artistic way of thinking during the workshop “Shadow and light in drawing”.
Igor experiments with different media and investigates additional methods of expressing himself. His curiosity has led him to learn and practice other disciplines, such as woodworking and photography, which he uses to advance his paintings’ composition and color, and to explore sculpture. Igor strives in both his art and his life to clarify the everyday and consider deeper expressions of unchallenged perceptions. He endeavors to distill things to their essential point – that which matters most – by investigating routes and methods of arriving at his focus: simplicity and dimension.
You can find more of Igor’s work at FRIEDA at 320 Walnut Street or check his website.
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