Back in the late 90’s, I was fortunate enough to be contacted by a Russian artist named Juris Dimiters. I am not certain on the first name – I think it was spelled differently, but I can’t remember the exact spelling. At the time, he had a very nice website displaying JPGs of his original oil paintings. He had a wide range of subjects but one entire part of his catalogue was devoted to paintings of pipes – an odd subject, no doubt, but then it’s hardly the first time that pipes have been focal points in fine art. The Dimitirs paintings were, ahem, suggestive (to say the least), but I thought they were well done and displayed a fun sense of humor. Unfortunately, a year or two later his website vanished from the net, and today I find no references to the name on Google (which suggests again that my spelling is off, though I have tried many variations on Juris, Jurus, Jorus, etc). I don’t know what happened to him, but I’m glad I saved this one picture thumbnail that he sent me, as it seems to be the only remaining sample of his work online.

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Anonymous · October 12, 2005 at 11:15 am

Latvian artist and painter born in the city of Riga, creating surreal erotic paintings.

Anonymous · October 11, 2005 at 2:33 pm

I think the name is Juris. You can find a link there :
Really nice work !

Thanks for the information Trever !

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