Painting “Монахи”, Paper, Ball pen, Abstractionism, люди, Ukraine, 2021

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Location: Ukraine, KHARKIV
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Katerina Liapko. Монахи
Картина выполнена нанесением нескольких слоев на бумагу(Акварель, маркер, гуашь). При создании работы я вдохновилась национальными традициями и атмосферой, которые являются предметом мои особых восхищений. Используя живопись я хотела передать краски и настроения той эпохи.

Картина подписана автором, что свидетельствует о её подлинности.
ID: 41102
Artist: Katerina Liapko (b. 2001)
Originality: Original
Year of manufacture: 2021
Applied technique: Ball pen, Gouache, Watercolor
Medium: Paper
Size: 30 x 42 x 0,1 cm
Framing: Unframed
Style: Abstractionism
Genre: люди
Shipping to: Worldwide
Payment method: Wire Transfer
Delivery method: Postal service
Purchase returns: No return
Country of origin: Ukraine
Object type: Painting
Theme: Abstract, Asia, People, монахи, черно белый

Information about the artist

About me
I, Katryna Lyapko, was born and live in Ukraine. I have been doing creative work all my life and can no longer imagine myself without it. For me, there is no single direction and technique of painting. What shape my idea takes in my head, so I try to transfer it as accurately as possible to paper. I prefer to use bright colors, which are superimposed in layers and get a unique effect of volume and involvement in the event.
The most important thing for me in my works is to convey to the viewer a new idea / look, to fill a sheet of paper with a combination of paints that will inspire and open people's memories or feelings.
I am also developing in the direction of creating logos, which will also be new, bright and help companies in winning customers.
I completed a painting course that lasted for 7 years. After that, she continued to independently master artistic skills. At the moment I am studying at the 3rd year of the University "Kharkiv Polytechnic University" in the direction of "Finance, banking and insurance". Right now I am still in the process of finding my artistic identity and am planning further studies.
I strive to open my own exhibition.