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Watercolors by Russian Artist  Alexander (Arush)...





















Watercolors by Russian Artist  Alexander (Arush) Votsmush

Master watercolor artist Alexander (Arush) Votsmush lives and works in Sevastopol, Ukraine. His work is like having an eccentric uncle who travels the world and turns up with wild stories about zebras, sailing ships, and wrestling alligators. Arush has an amazing capability of teasing out details while all around swirl wild details. See more of Alexander (Arush) Votsmush’s work at Livingdesign.info. Thanks to Blogg99.  


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