Roman Tretyakov is an artist with a joyful and positive attitude to life. His paintings are filled with southern sun and light, even paintings painted in bad weather convey a good mood thanks to skillfully arranged color accents.
The virtuoso use of color shades, the “southern”, cheerful palette and textured velvet brushstroke are characteristic features of the painter's style. The movement of waves and wind, the interweaving of sunlight and shadow become the core of the plot of his landscapes. Roman Tretyakov is a traveling artist. From his trips, he brings dozens of new works united directly by the general mood and theme, written directly on the seashore or on the narrow streets of coastal villages.
Roman adheres to the traditions of impressionism, rethought from the standpoint of modernity. His paintings have a psychotherapeutic effect: bright, but not poisonous colors, luminous velvety texture, calming plots help to cope with a bad mood and remind you of the elusive joy of life.
Roman Tretyakov is an active participant in many exhibitions at home and abroad.