Dr. Yuryk Yaryna was born in 1984 and is working in Lviv.
She is an artist, designer, member of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine, PH.D, an associated professor of art and design. She works in the author's patented technique of watercolor and oil paintings, pastel.
She graduated from the Ivan Trush College of Decorative and Applied Arts nd Lviv Polytechnic National University.She is working as an associated professor of Design in Lviv Politechnik national university. She is the winner of the international competitions in painting in the USA, EU, Ukraine, Asia
In Ukraine, the first personal exhibition named “My childhood fairytale” was held by Andrey Sheptytsky National Museum in Lviv when she was 24 years old.
She represented Ukraine in 4th SOAL (Automn Salon of Latin America – 2016) and she was represente in Nepal (IWS Nepal)...
She has also been the exhibitor at exhibitions in the Czech Republic, Brazil, Switzerland, Portugal, Hungary, Hungary, Slovakia and other countries.
Her works are selected by a professional jury to participate in in the "Salon Design and Aquarelle” 2017 at Grand Palais in Paris, Watercolor Biennale 2017 in Ecuador, in the Florence Biennale 2015.
Her art works was published in «Art expo New York 2015 guide", "Rarallax art fair 2015, London, «Art beyond» (summer 2016, winter 2015, mars-april 2017), «Spectrum Miami 2016 show catalog», "Salon Design and Aquarelle” 2017 and other .
Yaryna Yuryk says: « Art and painting in particular can not be deaf to the people's problems: pain and joy that cover their hearts at the same time must be created by the artist with a positive-energy systems and to heal. Therefore, every stroke of the artist falls on paper or canvas, can not be a solid, pasty, dark and dirty, but only-ethereal, sonorous, joyful.
I'm trying to help the audience through my art to expand the awareness that human life is a great and a very short, that is necessary for people to create beauty every minute and every moment of life to live as if it were the last.
Fix the time and invite to reflect for self-healing of viewer.!
Every moment will never happen again, every lost life is no longer to recover ....
We can not create something destructive, negative, sick, choking in the art hiding behind the concept ...
Art should bear good and light, capture the elusive amorphous moment».
She is interprets and represents in the art her understanding the philosophical themes "Life" and "Soul of the Universe", "Death", "Good and Evil", "Peace", "equality and mutual understanding" "Harmony", "Catharsis", Memory and Identity.
My painting is the art that brings hope and good health to its
observers. Since, the true art touching minds and hearts of the present and
future generation and it is not a trend and not a form, but an energy that
obviously brings joy and hope. It is harmony search and its implementation at
an energetic level.
The theme of “Memory place, identity, harmony of the Universe&
Beyond" it is principal theme of my search in art and science.
The theme of "Genesis – life – dreams – apocalypse (in the sense of
struggle between good and evil ”) and catharsis".
The beauty of nature can most accurately convey the eternal
concept. I try to work every open one of the topics being (eternity, harmony,
love, gentleness, goodness loneliness, life, creation, birth and death). I apply
psychological and philosophical impact of color and lightness, elegance and
delicacy of watercolor techniques. The only unique watercolor smear
reflects turnover and short duration of each moment in human life
against Genius universe.
My arts works are a reminder of the transience of life. And the
importance of leaving a good track by itself, is not important because what we
have achieved, and by what means.
My painting, my themes and techniques reflect the dialectical essence
of the moment: the birth - burning - manifestation and damping ...-
regeneration through the perpetuation and the overcoming of nothingness....
Catharsis necessarily will take place and will allow cities and their
people, country, universe to avoid the apocalypse and shine in majesty.
We cannot create something destructive, negative, sick in the art
hiding behind the concept ... They say the darkest time before dawn, so we
need to show the viewer how goes reveille at dawn, and not the darkness and
fear of the dark night ...
Watercolor on paper, 2016
Published in catalogue - Salon Art Capital 2017
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Watercolor on paper, 2016
Watercolor on paper
Watercolor on paper