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|100 W × 60 H × 3 D cm
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I have a habit of walking late in the evening .. I love when the city turns into a fabulously fabulous place ... night to him, the lights in each house are lit bright and warm light, the warmth of the apartments unites the relatives .. Only the lovers go to meet their love, walk under the light of the moon, only they do not sit at night when they call their heart to meet someone who is hotly loved ... the night so mysterious lights the stars .. It always inspires me, I am also in love with her, she captivates me with her mystery, sometimes with frosty freshness, and gray mist, sometimes by singing fireflies, and the golden light of the moon's rays. This is my work. It is painted in oil on canvas in technical teasers, and decorative style ... It will become a real decoration in the interior for those who are just as romantic as I am)) will give joy to become a bright spot in your soul ..
Nadezhda Karaban Born in 1991 in the city of Vinnitsa. 2006-finished VDHSH. The first personal exhibition "On the wings of fantasy." 2007.-enrolled in a college of arts im.A.Erdeli (ZHI). 2008. -Participant exhibition 1 year of ceramics. The second personal exhibition in Uzhgorod. Winner of the Easter Pysanka contest (graphics). Participant of the annual student exhibition "May walks" Uzhgorod. 2009.-Winner of the third international youth pottery festival "Oposhnya 2009" (2nd place nomination ceramics). 2010.Aparty regional exhibition of art of the Art Gallery. 2011r.-Graduated from the College of Arts im.A.Ereli, entered the Lviv Academy of Printing them.I.Fedorova. 2012.-beginning of work as a teacher in VDHSH. Participant of the international Polish-Ukrainian plein air, active participation in the events of Vinnitsa. 2013.-Personal exhibition in the lobby of the city for the sake of. The annual exhibition of teachers "We spread and create." 2014-participant of the exhibition of young teachers in the hall VDHSH. 2016.-Participation in the inter-regional exhibition of art of Artgaler, and the exhibition dedicated to the 55th anniversary of the VDHSH.