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Ekaterina Filiuta

Joined Artfinder: June 2018

Artworks for sale: 109

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Belarus

About Ekaterina Filiuta

 
 
  • Biography

    1960             born in Minsk

    1978 - 1982  studied at Minsk State Architectural and Construction College

    1982 - 1984  studied at the Higher Trade Union School of Culture in Leningrad

    1995             member of the Belarusian Union of Folk Art Masters

    1997             member of the Belarusian Union of Designers

    2019             member of the Rothenburg Artists' Association

     

    Ekaterina Filiuta is a contemporary Belarusian artist who works in easel painting and graphics arts in the still life and portrait genres. At the beginning of her artistic career, she proved herself to be a master of decorative and applied art. She later took up painting and drawing, where she created her own embossed drawing technique. Her acrylic works, and in particular her still lifes, betray a passion for post-impressionism. By opting to depict objects in the most stylized way possible and to use open colors, the artist has managed to emphasize the boundaries of her shapes through use of other devices besides dark contours. Rather, she also uses decorative elements, which allow her to boldly experiment with materials and textures. Ekaterina's surroundings largely influenced the development of her extraordinary creative personality, and in particular she benefited from the lessons of her father, the famous teacher and unsurpassed master of drawing Oleg Lutzevich. Ekaterina Filiuta has been able to express her special vision and spatial thinking in monochrome watercolors. The artist is able to create nudes and portraits without a clearly defined background using quick, light line strokes. Ekaterina Filiuta has a passion for collecting antique furnishings, and she is constantly searching for unusual and extravagant things from the past. This passion has helped her to create her own unique world that is thoroughly permeated by the past.

     

    Permanent collections:

    Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Belarus

    French Consulate Collection, Belarus

    City Gallery of Crafts, Belarus

    Moscow City Hall, Russia

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  • Education

    1982 - 1984

    Higher Trade Union School of Culture in Leningrad

    1978 - 1982

    Minsk State Architectural and Construction College

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Education

1982 - 1984

Higher Trade Union School of Culture in Leningrad

1978 - 1982

Minsk State Architectural and Construction College


There are no upcoming events


 

Biography

1960             born in Minsk

1978 - 1982  studied at Minsk State Architectural and Construction College

1982 - 1984  studied at the Higher Trade Union School of Culture in Leningrad

1995             member of the Belarusian Union of Folk Art Masters

1997             member of the Belarusian Union of Designers

2019             member of the Rothenburg Artists' Association

 

Ekaterina Filiuta is a contemporary Belarusian artist who works in easel painting and graphics arts in the still life and portrait genres. At the beginning of her artistic career, she proved herself to be a master of decorative and applied art. She later took up painting and drawing, where she created her own embossed drawing technique. Her acrylic works, and in particular her still lifes, betray a passion for post-impressionism. By opting to depict objects in the most stylized way possible and to use open colors, the artist has managed to emphasize the boundaries of her shapes through use of other devices besides dark contours. Rather, she also uses decorative elements, which allow her to boldly experiment with materials and textures. Ekaterina's surroundings largely influenced the development of her extraordinary creative personality, and in particular she benefited from the lessons of her father, the famous teacher and unsurpassed master of drawing Oleg Lutzevich. Ekaterina Filiuta has been able to express her special vision and spatial thinking in monochrome watercolors. The artist is able to create nudes and portraits without a clearly defined background using quick, light line strokes. Ekaterina Filiuta has a passion for collecting antique furnishings, and she is constantly searching for unusual and extravagant things from the past. This passion has helped her to create her own unique world that is thoroughly permeated by the past.

 

Permanent collections:

Ministry of Culture of the Republic of Belarus

French Consulate Collection, Belarus

City Gallery of Crafts, Belarus

Moscow City Hall, Russia

 
 
 
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