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Roman Rocco Burgan - Irish Winter
Roman Rocco Burgan - Tucson Light
Roman Rocco Burgan - The Red Cottage Roof
Roman Rocco Burgan - The Sleeping Giant
Roman Rocco Burgan - Mirroring of Thoughts
Roman Rocco Burgan - Summer Memories II
Roman Rocco Burgan - Cabragh Wetlands
Roman Rocco Burgan - Irish Countryside
Roman Rocco Burgan - Lough Moher
Roman Rocco Burgan - Sunset Over Village of Windgap
Roman Rocco Burgan - Kilkenny Sunset
Roman Rocco Burgan - Dingle Sunset
By permission of the artist, The Cyber Art Show is pleased to feature the second of two 12-piece exhibitions of works by contemporary Slovakian landscape painter Roman Rocco Burgan (born 1961 in P. Bystrica, Slovakia).
Roman Burgan attended Kremica University in Slovakia, where he received a Degree in Fine Art. After graduating, Roman worked as a freelance artist and restorer.
Roman has had many solo and group exhibitions throughout Europe. After visiting Ireland, he decided to make it his home. The beautiful landscapes and dramatic sky's were an inspiration to him. For over ten years Roman has created works of art highlighting the beauty of Ireland.
For the past five years Roman has had a solo exhibition in Dublin promoting Slovakian culture in Ireland. Roman's sense of color enables him to capture the dramatic beauty of the Irish landscape. Viewers are able to experience the beauty of Ireland through Roman's picturesque paintings.
Roman welcomes commissioned work. "Even a little photo can be turned into a magnificent piece!" he says.
March 25, 2017
Twelve Pieces by Contemporary Artist
Roman Rocco Burgan (Born 1961)
“As artists there is an instinctive part of us which will travel. We understand emotions are simply fuel which brings about creation. It is instinctive creation born of emotions.
As artists there is no turning back when this energy flourishes. We know there is a reason for that moment and go where it takes us. It is instinctive strength born of energies.
As artists we have connections to all things living or otherwise. There is a blindness to boundaries and deep feelings for imperfections. It is instinctive caring born of freedom.
As artists we love, we live fully, we flow and seek.
From this stream of feeling there are only new experiences waiting. It is instinctive trust born of joy.
As artists there is a need to absorb as much as life has to offer. We are constantly longing, learning and listening. It is instinctive cravings born of hunger.
As artists there are no limitations in art. There is only the next brilliant statement of beauty.
It is instinctive appreciation born of knowing”