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Eleanora Bubashkina

Joined Artfinder: June 2018

Artworks for sale: 64

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Belarus

About Eleanora Bubashkina

 
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  • Biography

    1967              born in Bolshye Orly, Brest Region

    1982 - 1986   studied at Minsk State Art College named after A. Glebov

    1986 - 1992   studied at Belarusian State Theatre and Art Institute

    1994 - 1998   studied at the creative academic workshop of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Belarus

    1995              member of the Belarusian Union of Artists

    Since 1998    Lecturer at the Department of Painting of Minsk State Art College named after A. Glebov

    Since 2009    Lecturer at the Department of Painting of the Minsk Republican Boarding School of Music and Fine Arts named after I. Akhremchik

     

    Eleanora Bubashkina is a contemporary Belarusian artist who works in easel painting in the landscape, still life, and portrait genres. Eleanora grew up surrounded by art from an early age. Her father is the famous Belarusian painter Uladzimir Urodnich. But, despite the fact that the Belarusian school of painting has had a huge influence on her development, Eleanora Bubashkina found her own original, expressive artistic style, which contained references to Tonalism and Polish Impressionism. Throughout her career, the picturesque language of Eleanora Bubashkina has undergone several stages of development. During her early period the artist demonstrated a unified drawing style and an extremely rich range of color relationships in her works. Gradually, Eleanora began to turn away from the bright colors of her early works, thereby achieving tonal expressiveness. The artist needs only one sure stimulus to subtly convey her feelings and impressions, whether it is the smell of morning coffee or the freshness of summer dew. A born enthusiast for color who has always been in love with art, Eleanora Bubashkina is able to create a unique mood in her canvases that is saturated by a natural femininity, which reveals the existence of new poetry in everyday reality.

     

    Permanent collections:

    National Center for Contemporary Arts, Belarus

    State Literary Museum of Yanka Kupala, Belarus

  • Education

    1994 - 1998

    studied at the creative academic workshop of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Belarus

    1986 - 1992

    studied at Belarusian State Theatre and Art Institute

    1982 - 1986

    studied at Minsk State Art College named after A. Glebov

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Education

1994 - 1998

studied at the creative academic workshop of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Belarus

1986 - 1992

studied at Belarusian State Theatre and Art Institute

1982 - 1986

studied at Minsk State Art College named after A. Glebov


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Biography

1967              born in Bolshye Orly, Brest Region

1982 - 1986   studied at Minsk State Art College named after A. Glebov

1986 - 1992   studied at Belarusian State Theatre and Art Institute

1994 - 1998   studied at the creative academic workshop of the Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Belarus

1995              member of the Belarusian Union of Artists

Since 1998    Lecturer at the Department of Painting of Minsk State Art College named after A. Glebov

Since 2009    Lecturer at the Department of Painting of the Minsk Republican Boarding School of Music and Fine Arts named after I. Akhremchik

 

Eleanora Bubashkina is a contemporary Belarusian artist who works in easel painting in the landscape, still life, and portrait genres. Eleanora grew up surrounded by art from an early age. Her father is the famous Belarusian painter Uladzimir Urodnich. But, despite the fact that the Belarusian school of painting has had a huge influence on her development, Eleanora Bubashkina found her own original, expressive artistic style, which contained references to Tonalism and Polish Impressionism. Throughout her career, the picturesque language of Eleanora Bubashkina has undergone several stages of development. During her early period the artist demonstrated a unified drawing style and an extremely rich range of color relationships in her works. Gradually, Eleanora began to turn away from the bright colors of her early works, thereby achieving tonal expressiveness. The artist needs only one sure stimulus to subtly convey her feelings and impressions, whether it is the smell of morning coffee or the freshness of summer dew. A born enthusiast for color who has always been in love with art, Eleanora Bubashkina is able to create a unique mood in her canvases that is saturated by a natural femininity, which reveals the existence of new poetry in everyday reality.

 

Permanent collections:

National Center for Contemporary Arts, Belarus

State Literary Museum of Yanka Kupala, Belarus

 
 
 
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