Denis Kaplan, umjetnik slikar koji živi i radi u Zagrebu, u svom umjetničkom izričaju kombinira dvije velike ljubavi - slikarstvo i glazbu. Njegove slike, pretežno apstrakcije u tehnici akrila na platnu, inspirirane su glazbenim djelima različitih žanrova, od klasične glazbe preko jazza i rocka do popularnih melodija i evergreena. Član je Hrvatskog društva likovnih umjetnika Zagreb (HDLU Zagreb). Audiofil, diskofil, muzički kolekcionar, audio konstruktor i samouki slikar kroz likovna ostvarenja izražava snagu i bogatstvo boja svoga unutarnjeg svijeta. Radove iz svog bogatog opusa od preko 500 djela, za koje je često i nagrađivan, osim na samostalnim izložbama, redovito uspješno izlaže i u mnogobrojnim internetskim galerijama kako bi bile prezentirane zaljubljenicima u likovnu umjetnost širom svijeta...

     DOBRODOŠLI...na moju web stranicu gdje možete vidjeti izbor mojih apstraktnih slika na način da svaka slika reprezentira jedno muzičko djelo. Link "photo.php" ispod svake slike vodi na moju osobnu Facebook stranicu gdje u isto vrijeme možete gledati sliku dok slušate i gledate pripadajuću muziku. Youtube video sa pripadajućom muzikom potražite u sekciji komentari. Nadam se da ćete uživati i u slikama i u muzici!

    Za dodatne informacije kontaktirajte me na mail: kaplan.denis@yahoo.com ili preko kontakt linka na ovoj stranici.

 

                                                                                          :::::::::::::::

 

     Denis Kaplan is an artist painter who lives and works in Zagreb, Croatia. In his art, he combines two great loves...painting and music. His paintings, mostly abstract done in acrylic on canvas technique, are inspired by musical works of different genres - from classical music, jazz and rock to popular tunes and evergreens. He is a member of Croatian Association of Artists Zagreb (HDLU Zagreb). Audiophile, discophile, music collector, audio designer and self-taught painter, through his works, expresses strength and richness of his inner world colors. The works from his rich opus of over 500 paintings, many of them rewarded, are exhibited in his solo exhibitions as well as in numerous online galleries in order to be presented to fine art lovers all over the world...

     WELCOME...to my web page where you can see a choice of my abstract paintings in a way that every painting represents a music piece. Link "photo.php" bellow every painting redirects you to my personal Facebook page where you can simultaneously enjoy paintings while watching and listening related music. Youtube video with related music can be easily found in a comment section, so please look for it.  I hope you will enjoy both paintings and the music!

     For additional information feel free to contact me on mail: kaplan.denis@yahoo.com or through contact section on this page....

 

  Links:

 https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100000059718622

 https://www.facebook.com/deniskaplanart 

https://www.instagram.com/deniskaplanart/

 https://www.twitter.com/kaplan_denis

 http://deniskaplanart.tumblr.com

 https://plus.google.com/114907777609438402446?hl=hr

 https://www.pinterest.com/kaplandenis/

 

 

      Mail:

info@deniskaplanart.com

kaplan.denis@yahoo.com

 

...preneseno sa portala Zagrebački Likovni Umjetnici, tekst: mr. art Krešimira Gojanović

...iz predgovora izložbe "Interstellar Clouds" u Sv Ivan Zelini, tekst: prof. Danko Merin

from my studio... iz mog studija...

 

“A man should hear a little music, read a little poetry, and see a fine picture every day of his life, in order that worldly cares may not obliterate the sense of the beautiful which God has implanted in the human soul.”  (Goethe)

 

“Generally speaking, color directly influences the soul. Color is the keyboard, the eyes are the hammers, the soul is the piano with many strings. The artist is the hand that plays, touching one key or another purposively, to cause vibrations in the soul.”  (Kandinsky)

 

"Everyone discusses my art and pretends to understand, as if it were necessary to understand, when it is simply necessary to love."  (Monet)


Every good painter paints what he is.”  (Pollock)