Vladimir Natalushko's Colors of Summer // August 6, 2020 16.00
- Thursday 6 August 2020 16:00Sunday 20 September 2020 12:00
Volodymyr Natalushko was born on August 2, 1971, in Chernihiv, Ukraine. During his school years, he studied at the Chernihiv children’s art school. After graduating from school he continued his education at the Penza Savitsky Art College. In 1996 he graduated from the Russian Academy of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture, where he learned from famous artists Ilya Glazunov and Alexander Shilov and mastered his skills.
Upon graduation, he returned to his native Chernihiv, where he continued to improve his skills. Since 2004, Volodymyr Natalushko has been teaching at the Chernihiv Children’s Art School. Since 2008, Volodymyr Natalushko has been a member of the Union of Artists of Ukraine and a regular participant in regional and national art exhibitions.
Exhibitions of Vladimir Natalushko were held in the Odessa Roerich House Museum in 2010, 2013, 2016, and 2017. Also in 2016, a personal exhibition of the artist was held in Bat Yam, Israel. The author’s works are in many private collections and museums in Ukraine, France, the USA, Russia, Israel, Germany.
Painting of Volodymyr Natalushko reflect the nature of his native Chernihiv region, the artist draws his inspiration and helps the viewers discover quiet, soft and harmonious beauty through their landscapes. The landscapes of Vladimir Natalushko bring peace and relaxation, help to move away from the hustle and bustle and chaos, tune in to inner silence and become one with nature in God’s plan. Natalushko’s landscapes help to find inner harmony and work with the outside world in line with the evolutionary flow. Several works captured the cityscape of Chernigov. The work is full of sun and there is no discomfort in a big city. Houses and streets do not dominate a person, since they are humanized, in such a city and in such houses one wants to live and enjoy being. Various still life’s send their last burst of life to the audience and give rise to admiration for the beauty of a beautifully and harmoniously composed composition. Yes, this is undoubtedly the colours of summer; colours affirming life and desire to live, victorious colours of the Light of the sun, which ALWAYS shines — THE VICTORY SONG OF LIGHT. The exhibition will open with a musical greeting from the pianist Georg Kozhukhar. The artist himself will tell about his work and the exhibition. The exhibition will run until September 20, 2020.