"It is incredible to become a painter on one fine day.
The creator and artist exist in you since your birth and only God knows when this gift will come out”.
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George Bary, painter and sculptor was born in March 1963, in Tbilisi, Georgia.
He graduated from the Tbilisi Iakob Nikoladze Art College in 1982 and the Tbilisi State Academy of Arts in 1987.
Since that period, George Bary used a varied practice of painting, sculpture, and decorative art.
From 2007 George Bary created a new trend of expressionism – Inward Expressionism, which includes the identification of the inner world of the painter’s source of inspiration (individual, entity, person, etc.), as well as to see this inner world with his own eyes and the opening of the inner nature of its color and expression. His paintings are presented on large canvases (canvas, oil), using expressive drawing method.
Since 2007 George Bary created many paintings in his new style. Among his works are: 'Marilyn Monroe', 'Lucky', 'Salvador Dali', 'Happiness', 'President' and others.