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Havryliuk Varvara
Year of birth 1985
Place of birth Kremydivka village, Odesa region
Place of living and work Odesa
About myself and my artworks

Varvara Havryliuk assigns a key role to color. Cold and hot, bright and faded, intense and muffled. Thanks to this, her paintings have an incredible emotional richness, and each landscape tells us of the artist's infinite love for her native land and her comprehension of her feelings through nature.

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ARTIST'S PAINTINGS (41)
BIOGRAPHY
Education

Odesa Art School №2

2012 - M. Hrekov Odesa State Art College, department of painting, teacher V.Zakharchenko

2008 - Odessa State Academy of Civil Engineering and Architecture

Membership of NUAU and other organizations

2015 - National Union of Artists of Ukraine

EXHIBITIONS

Since 2006, she has been an active participant in international, all-Ukrainian, regional projects and exhibitions.

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KyivGallery Art Critic Art critic's review 23/09/2018

Purple twilight falls over the Ukrainian village, the scent of flowering gardens spreads around, plunging into sweet languor. Calm and silence. From a distance, the mooing of a cow, the barking of dogs and girlish laughter are barely heard. Saturated colors of mature summer. In the sky, a blue canvas is stretched, and among the deep greenery are lonely trees burning with farewell flowers. These colored elegy bring bright memories and light sadness because so aptly the artist Varvara Gavrilyuk paints on her small canvases the subtle states of nature.

In the depths of archetypal consciousness the artist acquired the ability to convey a holistic image and a desire to materialize the image almost physically. The artist writes very thickly, pasty, puts fractional strokes as if sculpting objects, wanting to translate them into the present.

Subtlely conveying the atmosphere, the master summarizes the volume and drawing, and reduces the form to simple outlines, when the sense of linearity of perspective is lost and the whole space seems to float away into the distance, submitting to an unknown force.

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KyivGallery Art Critic Art critic's review 23/09/2018

Purple twilight falls over the Ukrainian village, the scent of flowering gardens spreads around, plunging into sweet languor. Calm and silence. From a distance, the mooing of a cow, the barking of dogs and girlish laughter are barely heard. Saturated colors of mature summer. In the sky, a blue canvas is stretched, and among the deep greenery are lonely trees burning with farewell flowers. These colored elegy bring bright memories and light sadness because so aptly the artist Varvara Gavrilyuk paints on her small canvases the subtle states of nature.

In the depths of archetypal consciousness the artist acquired the ability to convey a holistic image and a desire to materialize the image almost physically. The artist writes very thickly, pasty, puts fractional strokes as if sculpting objects, wanting to translate them into the present.

Subtlely conveying the atmosphere, the master summarizes the volume and drawing, and reduces the form to simple outlines, when the sense of linearity of perspective is lost and the whole space seems to float away into the distance, submitting to an unknown force.

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