Houses in Art – Dmitry Kustanovich

All of the artists introduced so far in this rubric, I do like a lot. But Dmitry Kustanovich is one of my very favourite – so unique, expressive, lots of texture and essence! Even winter created by his pallet knife looks attractive!

Dmitry Kustanovich

Dmitry Alexandrovich Kustanovich was born March 29, 1970 in Minsk. His nickname is Kust. Dmitry currently resides and works in Saint-Petersburg, Russia.


Kustanovich graduated from the Belarusian State Pedagogical University in 1996, served in the Soviet Army and worked as a construction worker.



Artist has developed an original technique based on the wider use of palette knifes rather than brushes.

Kustanovich says:

I model the space with the palette knife expressing its to-day state, its momentousnesses, its current minute. This is my technique. It is emotional. It has its own philosophy. The world expressed through it is manifolded. It is different.



His technique has elements of the impressionism, expressionism and conceptual art.
Since 1996 Kustanovich has participated in over 70 personal exhibitions in Minsk, Moscow, Germany, France, Lithuania, Netherlands, Portugal.




I became familiar with the artist's works when I first saw and fell in love with his butterflies – so light, so vivid….

Dmitry Kustanovich

And tons more butterflies and other wonderful works in this awesome short video. Enjoy!

Compliments of Marina Gavrylyuk
Real Estate Agent with Sutton Group Summit Realty

More houses in Art:

Eric Dowdle
Judy Gibson
Alena Dergileva
Alice Dalton Brown
John Sloan
Sung Kim
Ruth Sanderson
Raphael Toissaint
Alexej Shalaev
Daniel Wall
Laurent Parcelier
Dae-Chun Kim
Denis Oktyabr
Antoine Blanchard
Thierry Duval
Rimma Vyugova
Zinoviy Sydoriv
John Patrick O'Brien
Anatoly Metlan
Mark King
Edward Gordon
Evgeny Lushpin
Raynald Leclerc
Sergey Brandt
Robert Pejman
Thomas Kinkade
Mikki Senkarik
Leonid Afremov

Houses in Art


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