Vira Yakymchuk  is primarily self-taught. Whose creative production revolves around classical figurative painting, presented in a contemporary manner. She reflect reality like a dream,which is also a reflection of real life.

The artist’s work is both a celebratory and critical exploration of the delicate and highly complex natural feelings and emotions of human the around the world and the human relationship. The work not only investigates the intricate interrelatedness of the human of these various world and feelings, as well as the formation of these systems through the naturally selective forces of reality, but also the human role as an force acting on these systems from the inside and around.


Born

(b. in 1990, Husyatyn, Ukraine) is primarily self-taught. 

She works and lives in Ukraine.

Education

The Lviv Professional Lyceum of Art, Artist-Florist, Lviv, Ukraine 2006-2009   

Private Study in Ukrainian Catholic University (UCU), program Art of Icon paintings, Lviv, Ukraine 2009-2010   

Primarily self-taught, her paintings has been strongly influenced by apprenticeships with both Fatih Gurbuz, Istanbul, Turkey 2013 -2015

EXHIBITIONS

Exhibition of " Radruzh ", Lviv, Ukraine 2010

Exhibition "Green Wave", Gallery "Mytets”, Kyiv, Ukraine 2012

Exhibition of young artists, Kyiv, Ukraine 2012

MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ART AUCTION - XXVII, Istanbul, Turkey 2014

The Art Box Project, New York 1.0,The Armory Art Weeks, New York, NY, USA 2018

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PRESS AND PUBLICATIONS:

Art magazine Hi-Fructose - http://hifructose.com/2017/06/13/hi-fructose-volume-44-preview/

Art magazine NAU NUA  interview by Juan Carlos Romero - http://naunua.blogspot.com/2017/02/vira-yakymchuk.html

Art magazine NAU NUA - http://naunua.blogspot.com/2017/02/nau-nua-2-17.html

Art magazine NAU NUA - http://naunua.blogspot.com/2017/02/vira-yakymchuk-works.html

ARTJOBS Connecting Creative Minds - https://www.artjobs.com/art-projects/s/image/vira-yakymchuk/world-human-feelings

NANARE Art Story  interview by Giuseppe Cascone -  https://nanare.it/2018/06/04/vira-yakymchuk-art-story/?lang=en






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