Born in the Ukraine in 1963, Kim Tkach studied Fine Arts at the Kiev Art Institute (1983-1988).
His earlier paintings expressed “mystical” feelings through cryptic patterns and mythical figures.
In 1992, Tkach immigrated to Israel where his style began to change.
Today his paintings have a more realistic perspective although his work has a magical flair.
His still-life paintings come alive with juxtapositions of architecture, sculpture or Mediterranean vistas. It is obvious that Tkach understands the exuberant potential of his subjects. He uses his propensity as an illustrator to offer the viewer a new decorative insight into the beauty of a bouquet of flowers, the Grand Canal in Venice, or female figures lounging on a Mediterranean terrace.
His paintings have been exhibited in Israel, the United States, Russia, England, Switzerland, Belgium, Canada, Austria and Australia.
Tkatch is a prolific artist and his works can be found in private collections world-wide.