Ready to hang, no framing required.
High quality paints, sides also painted.
My artwork will be shipped in a cardboard box,covered with a medium density fibreboard on both sides against puncture.
|Künstler:||Elena Zimovets (geb. 1956)|
|Angewandte Technik:||Acrylfarbe, Siehe Beschreibung, Gemischte Technik|
|Material:||Leinwand, Leinwand auf dem Hilfsrahmen, Gemischtes Medium|
|Größe:||80 x 2 x 65 cm|
|Kunst Stil:||Abstractionismus, Expressionismus, Zeitgenössische Kunst, Symbolismus|
|Objekt-Typ:||Design Gemälde, Gemälde|
|Schlüsselwörter:||Abstrakt, Gesichter, Karikatur|
Informationen zum Künstler
Graduated from the Moscow Textile University named after Kosygin, Faculty of Applied Arts (since 1982).
From 1982 to 1993 she worked at the House of Models as the chief designer and designer: she created collections of ready-to-wear and Haute Couture clothes.
From 1999 to 2002 - Lecturer at the International Private Academy of Audiovisual Arts in disciplines: painting, drawing, composition, modeling and costume history and color graphics.
In 2008 in Portugal (Portimao) a personal exhibition "In harmony with the soul" was successfully held,
The exhibition was widely covered by television, radio and the press.
Member of the GemlucArt Monaco community.
2016 - Suquet des arts, Cannes, France
2016 - GemlucArt, Monte Carlo Contemporary Art Fair, Monaco
2017 - GemlucArt, Monte Carlo Contemporary Art Fair, Monaco
2018 - "Russian Seasons Club" - Exhibition in Gray d'Albion, Cannes.
2019-2020 - Personal exhibition in Grasse. Paintings are in private collections.
“I have developed my own painting technique on transparent fabrics such as organza. This is not batik, but color graphics and painting on fabric. I also work in other techniques and with different materials: pastel, acrylic, oil, watercolor, etc.
Recently, I have been researching movement and pulsation: forms, lines and points in abstract painting and in space, as well as their architectonics. I developed my own technique and style, working with line and point, namely with drops of paint, which I then stretch into lines of different thicknesses. This is my conceptual idea for my abstract painting. Its origin lies in my works in the style of Khokhloma and Zhostovo, on which I worked in the 70s of the 20th century.