Where there is no law, but every man does what is right in his own eyes, there is the least of real liberty
Henry M. Robert

Works that were inspired by the Vinnytsia Land

“The Podillia Freedom Space” exhibition has opened at the National Academy of Arts of Ukraine
12 October, 2017 - 11:49
OLEKSANDR ZHOLUD’S A POND IN BLOOM (2017)

The exhibition presents works by participants of the Fourth International Plein Air Session which was dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the National Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture. Let us recall that the session took place on the grounds of the Cossack Levada open-air museum. This is a unique picturesque corner of the Podillia, which annually gathers well-known art figures not only from Ukraine, but also from abroad, including artists, sculptors, musicians, in the historic suburb of Tulchyn, Vinnytsia oblast. The traditionally multi-day program of the plein air session is full of presentations and creative work, exchanges of interesting experiences, achievements, and experiments.

 The Kyiv exhibition features paintings and graphic works done in various genres and directions and created by famous masters: Andrii Chebykin (Kyiv), Mykhailo Salva (Sevastopol), Dusan Balaz (Slovakia), Ladislav Demko (Slovakia), Juraj Tkacik (Slovakia), Keh Sung (China), Borys Kuzma (Uzhhorod), Vasyl Krasiokha (Kyiv), Oles Fihol (Lviv), Oleksandr Zholud (Zaporizhia), Iryna Hresyk (Zaporizhia), Volodymyr Voroniuk (Vyzhnytsia), Bohdan Brynskyi (Ivano-Frankivsk), Viktor Hvozdynskyi (Rivne), Anatolii Shevchuk (Sevastopol), Vitalii Shevchuk (Portugal), Sandor Angyalosi (Mukachevo), Mykhailo Dovhan (Tulchyn), Serhii Dovhan (Tulchyn), Oleh Dovhan (Tulchyn), Serhii Tkachuk (Tulchyn), Vasyl Ryzhyi (Ladyzhyn), and Natalia Lavreniuk (Ladyzhyn).

VASYL KRASIOKHA’S THE COSSACK LEVADA (2017)

 

By Sviatoslav BERDYNSKYKH. Illustrations courtesy of the exhibition’s organizers
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