Boris Savluc is not Dead; he is Alive through his Art.

Sooner or later, I have to do it: publicly announce that my father has passed away. Many had the privilege of meeting him, and he made many friends; as well, a number of my friends had the privilege to know him.He left this world suddenly on April 8th 2011 at the age of 74. In his lifetime – since his twenties, he painted over one thousand of paintings. The most intense period was in the latest years of his life.Being my Father, I may be subjective in judging his work. However, in speaking with his colleagues and friends, as well as art critics who attended the funerals, I realized I have a responsibility to publicize his work.Perhaps his life story, which is an interesting one, has a bearing on this; however, more about this at a later time eventually.About ten years ago, I had set up a website for his work ( didn’t touch it since then, and now is outdated. Therefore we plan to re-build and re-launch it.In the meantime, we will publish almost daily one of his paintings under different social media outlets. There are hundreds; this will take a few years. We also hope the private owners or organizations that own his paintings, will contribute to it and send us images to be published.We plan to publish much of his artwork under a Creative Common license, and allow use of his artwork freely, in so far as his paintings would be credited. We believe this is his final will – to share his art with you, to make this world more colorful and to add to its beauty.You can follow his published work at:Twitter: @BorisSavlucFacebook: Boris Savluc In MemoriamFlickr: photos/borissavlucWe will continue to keep you updated about this project.Last but not least:If you feel a bit of pleasure while looking at his paintings, please let others know about it.Boris and LucianBoris Savluc is not Dead; he is Alive through his Art.

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