The sun in the Antoni Caves Painting by Irina Vishtalyuk

The sun in the Antoni Caves

Original artwork, 90×90 cm, 2021
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Characteristics of the Painting “The sun in the Antoni Caves”

Year of creation2021
Dimensions90 W × 90 H × 3 D   cm
Type of artpainting
Materialsoil, canvas
Framingthe artwork is sold with framing

Description of the Artwork “The sun in the Antoni Caves”

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The fascinating play of light and shadow, reflected in this painting, reveals the mysterious world of the Antonius Caves. Light strokes and bright colors together create a feeling of a peaceful shelter among the rocks, where every ray of the sun is hope and renewal. This work indescribably fascinates with its beauty and tenderness of shades.

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About the artist

Iryna Oleksandrivna Vyshtalyuk She was born in 1978, on March 16, in the city of Donetsk, Ukraine, in the family of a metallurgist and teacher. Graduated from the Donetsk Central Children's Art School in 1993. In 2000, she received an education as an economist at the Donetsk National Technical University, worked in areas related to design, advertising or printing, mostly engaged in graphic design and computer graphics. In the early 2000s, she was the author of a project to create a gazebo and a fountain in the central square of Donetsk. In 2014, with the beginning of the war, she was forced to move to Kyiv in search of work. She practiced teaching in orphanages, taught fine arts and art history in an alternative school, and, as needed, was involved in the restoration of paintings in churches. In 2019, she submitted documents to NAOMA, passed the competition, got into the workshop of Henry Mykolayovych Yagodkin. Later, she moved to the workshop named after Mykola Storozhenka (workshop of monumental painting and temple culture, director Ivan Yakovych Pylypenko, professor of NAOMA, and teacher Oles Vasyliovych Solovei, head of the painting and composition department of NAOMA), She received a bachelor's degree and entered the master's program at NAOMA (supervisor - Oleksandr Petrovych Tsugorka, rector of NAOMA). Took part in about 30 All-Ukrainian and international exhibitions, also holds personal exhibitions, since 2023 - a member of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine.

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