Elena Yuzefovich

Joined Artfinder: June 2017

Artworks for sale: 2

Spain

Updates from Elena Yuzefovich's studio

  • Coal painting in progress

    Coal painting in progress

    23 July 2017

    Painting outdoor in Moscow

    Painting outdoor in Moscow

    23 July 2017

    Sketching outdoor with Urban Sketchers Moscow

    This day we sketched an old neighborhood in Moscow that is soon to be demolished.

    23 July 2017

    Painting in Venice

    Painting in Venice

    22 July 2017

    Sketching outdoor with Urban Sketchers Moscow

    Sketching outdoor with Urban Sketchers Moscow

    22 July 2017

    Speech at the Conference during the Festival du Carnet de Voyage Carcassonne

    In the presentation we talked about some of the peculiarities of sketching in Moscow, about being a part of the Moscow Urban Sketchers group, and about our individual art experiences.

    21 July 2017

    Plein air painting in Venice

    Plein air painting in Venice

    21 July 2017

    Painting in Riva del Garda

    Painting in Riva del Garda

    21 July 2017

    Painting in Riva del Garda

    Painting in Riva del Garda

    21 July 2017

    In front of my paintings at the exhibition “Matito in Viaggio” in Venice

    In front of my paintings at the exhibition “Matito in Viaggio” in Venice

    The theme of the exhibition was “Sketches on your journey” and I decided to go to Saint Petersburg and spend a week sketching this marvelous city. However, my planes suddenly changed. Upon arrival, I fell ill and was unable to leave the apartment. After a couple of days of being unable to go out, I found myself staring out of the apartments’ windows. There were five windows, which shared some common features; The yellowish colour on the walls, old window frames and nothing but buildings which one after the other went so high that they blocked my view of the sky. This atmosphere, combined with the views out of the five windows brought back memories of a well-known literary work by Fedor Dostoevsky ­Crime and Punishment, where the author describes the city, much as it was seen out of my windows. The yellow colour is described by the author as the colour of insanity and madness, which together with the city’s depressive mood, contributed to the motives of the crimes in the novel.

    01 July 2017

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