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Art Show

One Woman Art Show - Featuring Russian Artist - Yulia Klimashevskaya
October 6 - December 31 2018

Opening Reception
Date: Saturday, October 6, 2018
Time: 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Where: New Russia Cultural Center
            1550 Broadway Rensselaer NY 12144
Admission: Free Admission

The New Russia Cultural Center hosts an opening reception for Russian artist Yulia Klimashevskaya, giving you a chance to mingle with the artist and enjoy beautiful artistic works.   We invite audiences to come to our art exhibition hall to share a transformative evening that will speak to each viewer in a personal voice.  Yulia's work is inspired by sacred texts and literature as well as meditation, philosophy, personal experience and the discourse of artists throughout history. Using acrylic, watercolor, and mixed media she interprets stories from sources ranging from the Buddhism, cubists, impressionists, surrealism, abstract art, to jazz. 

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Yulia KlimashevskayaYulia Klimashevska graduated from State University of Irkutsk, Russia with a major in Journalism. For twenty years she worked in Russian newspapers, magazines, and radio as a journalist and chief editor. After moving to NYC she has worked as a reporter, copywriter, and also studied social work at the University Of Albany, NY.

That's how she formulates her artistic credo: "When I paint, I see the world around me being made of magical yet natural phenomena. Characters and objects in my paintings rest in what is. In spite of that viewers can see images reflecting their own perception. I am inspired by my friends, Buddhism, cubists, impressionists, surrealism, abstract art, jazz, interior design, my husband, love".

In the beginning, as a watercolor artist, Yulia had graphical manner of painting with intensive color expression. Now the artist uses mixed media techniques: acrylic with pastel on canvas, layering, collage, texturizing, and applique. Painter's artwork was exhibited in the group and solo art shows in her hometown of Irkutsk, she has drawn murals for private clients and has a good experience as a storefront designer. Yulia sells her paintings at art festivals in New York, Massachusetts, Philadelphia, and Connecticut as well as to private collections, offices, and restaurants.

Yulia's Artwork is available as originals and with a flexible range of sizes in print on canvas or archival quality paper, which will last without change a good hundred years. We will also be happy to help with the framing options. Looking forward to meet and collaborate with you.





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