Fine Arts / Landscape Architecture
Born and raised in Russia, painting has been a passion for me since childhood. Upon graduation from the School of Fine Arts in Russia, I studied vision and techniques used by figurative painters of old and the greatest Russian marine-painter Ivan Aivazovskiy (1817-1900), which is still my inspiration. In 2002, my family moves to Canada where I obtain a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture at the University of Montreal.
My favorite medium is oil on canvas and all seascapes are inspired by beautiful Crimean Black Sea where I worked with dolphins and seals for many years. On a daily basis I observed the sea in all its states and moods. Now, far from water, I try to transmit power, beauty and harmony of nature through my paintings…
In parallel with landscape architecture, I’m perfecting my watercolors, stained glass and mosaics techniques. Another important side of my artistic work is a painting on Birch Bark – old Russian traditional art known since the 15th century.
Strong cultural attachment led me to study other aspects of artistic creation and to obtain a certificate in Russian Decorative Arts, «Khokhloma», «Gzhel» and «Saint-Petersbourg Painting». I had a chance to learn these styles with a master from The Art Association of Russian Painters.I share my passion with you! MAIN EXHIBITIONS
2017 - Symposium Gatineau en Couleurs 2017. Winning People's Choice Award 2014-2015-2016 - Grand Salon des Arts de Sherbrooke 2015 - EstivArts Festival in Magog. Winning People's Choice Award 2015 - International Museum of Naive Art in Magog 2016 - Solo exhibition «Sea Dust» Press kit on Radio-Canada:
2014-2015-2016 - Grand Salon des Arts de Sherbrooke
2015 - EstivArts Festival in Magog. Winning People's Choice Award
2015 - International Museum of Naive Art in Magog
2016 - Solo exhibition «Sea Dust»
Press kit on Radio-Canada:http://ici.radio-canada.ca/regions/estrie/2016/03/01/009-yuliya-chernyshova-peintre-russe-toile-sur-bouleau-sherbrooke.shtml