Abstract art in the painting of Vitaly Didenko is clearly represented on this canvas. All existing colours are collected in straight lines. The variety of colours hints at chaos, but austere geometry calms this colourful mess. There is no definite logical change of colours, but there is clarity of perception. Like the blossoming fields of Turkmenistan, ribbons of flowers are replaced by ribbons of spike grass, fragrant gardens and melons, the canvas colourfully conveys this summer fragrance.
Such an image immediately resembles vivid images of the arts and crafts of Central Asia. Turkmenistan is renowned for its bold ethnic-inspired colour combinations. This element of traditional art, successfully used by the author, allows the canvas to successfully fit into almost any interior, be it a strict office (geometry of lines) or a cosy bedroom (vivid colours).