A group exhibition exploring Australian nature through Ukrainian eyes.
As ‘true blue’ friends, Ukrainians and Australians both have a deep connection with nature, a shared admiration for its beauty and a passion for caring for the environment. Presenting a collection of artworks using different mediums and styles, from ancient folk techniques to classicism, abstract art and photography, this group of Ukrainian artists invite the audience to admire scenes of the Australian bush, to find nature’s treasures and to make a difference. Money raised from the profits of the exhibition will go to humanitarian aid for Ukrainians in need.
ARTISTS: Tetiana Koldunenko, Natalya Kravchenko, Elena Levkovskaya, Alice Vigovska, Olena Vigovska, Nataliia Vyaz, and Olena Zubach
Image: Olena Vigovska, Yellow on blue - golden wattle, 2022, oil on canvas
Incinerator Art Space, 2 Small Street, Willoughby, 2068, View Map
2 Small Street ,
Olena Vigovska, "Yellow on blue - golden wattle", 2022, oil on canvas
Tetiana Koldunenko, "Blooming Bush", acrylic on canvas
Elena Levkovskaya, "Manifestation of Healing", 2022, oil on stretched canvas
Tetiana Koldunenko, "Flannel Flowers", acrylic on canvas
Natalya Kravchenko, "Good Hope farm", oil on canvas
Elena Levkovskaya, "The Drought", photo print
Olena Zubach, "Flora in pastel", photo print
Nataliia Vyaz, "Blue Mountains", oil on canvas
Nataliia Vyaz, "Koala in Ukrainian folk style", acrylic on canvas
4pm, Saturday 19 November
6pm - 7:30pm, Thursday 17 November
Learn how to create your own banksia painting.
4pm, Sunday 27 November
Visit Tetiana Koldunenko
Visit Elena Levkovskaya
Visit Olena Vigovska
Visit Nataliia Vyaz
Visit Olena Zubach
An exhibition of recent photographs by Janet Tavener.
An exhibition of ceramic works by six contemporary artists.
Monika Maria Klenner employs various mediums to capture emotions with form, colour, and texture in her paper-based artworks.