Mamuka Kapanadze is a Georgian artist and iconographer. Mamuka was born in 1979 and studied at the Tbilisi State Academy of Arts from 2002 to 2006. From 2007 to 2015, he participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions in Tbilisi, Georgia. He painted frescoes in several Georgian churches.
Mamuka began his work as a modern expressionist painter. He plays masterfully with perspectives and colour gradients. In his landscapes and still lifes, he uses both fine lines and broad brushstrokes to tell finely arranged stories that the viewer rediscovers with each glance. Currently, he mainly uses mixed media and various abstract styles such as paint splatter, abstract expressionism, and lyrical abstraction.
Mamuka's works are in numerous private collections in Georgia and abroad, as well as in several public collections, including the Georgian Embassy in Switzerland.
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