Yuliya Yasenetska is an ukranian artist currently based in New York.
About Yuliya from her website:
I was born and raised in Ukraine,and I am currently living in New York City. I have a Bachelors Degree in Art. I am interested in nature, civilization, humanity.
What is a human being? How civilization interact with nature. Each animal, building or technology in my works symbolize personalities, feelings, thoughts and emotions that we deal with everyday. I use my imagination rather than analytic thinking to make sense of it. I observe nature and civilization, as someone who is not yet fully immersed in it. The classic theme of understanding by means of imagination and feeling rather than analytical kind of thinking.
Each place I draw are real places with personal significance to me in one way or another. Buildings, that often appear in my works are symbols of what we are building or have built in our lives. They are representation of our past, present and future. My use of color is natural in its simplicity but also artificial enough in its purity and occasional vividness. My colors are bright and contrasting, while dark lines represent ordinary days, where grey masses of people follow daily routine.
My use of different mediums, such as painting, drawing, digital art, printmaking and combining of some of these techniques together is a representation of variety of things that happens in our life. Human changes constantly and searches for variety in their lives, and as an artist I constantly look for improvement and different ways to express myself.
View more on Yuliya’s website: yasenetska.com
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