Charitable exhibition “Inner Sight” - not trivial start of the working week
Partnership for Every Child invites you to join us today at opening of charitable exhibition “Inner Sight”. The event will take place on the 23 May at 19.00 at “Art Bureau” Gallery, Sofiivska str. 25 B (entrance through the arch).
The exhibition is presented by Irina Orkina - member of the Union of Artists of Russia and member of the International Association of Fine Arts - AIAP UNESCO and Anastasia Kasyanova – a promising Ukrainian artist.
Funds gathered through the exhibition will help projects on socialization of children from residential care implemented by Partnership for Every Child.
"Inner Sight» is an exhibition of art works in a variety of techniques: graphics, watercolour, oil and ceramics. The same multi-faceted as our life, it has many shades and techniques used by artists.
Art is able to help, both morally and materially, artists say. Collected money from the sale of works exhibited will help charity Partnership for Every Child, which protects children's rights and provides social services to children and families. In addition, all works in the exhibition will be also made in reproductions which visitors can buy directly in the gallery.
You can confirm your participation by sending an email to Partnership for Every Child communications manager Oksana Shved firstname.lastname@example.org or by pnone: 044 359 02 10, +38 093 034 54 16 – Evgeniya Bessolitsyna, or email: email@example.com.
About the artists:
Irina Orkina is a member of Artists Union of Russia, member of International Association of Fine Arts - AIAP UNESCO laureate and winner of national and international festivals of contemporary art. Graduated Abramtsevo Arts and Crafts School and Khabarovsk State Pedagogical University (arts and graphics).
- Stilakom, USA, 1994
- St. Petersburg, Russia, 1999
- Moscow, Russia, 2000
- I International Drawing Biennale, St. Petersburg, Russia, 2002
- X International Contemporary Art Festival, Sochi, Russia, 2006
Major solo exhibitions:
- Niigata, Japan, 1995
- Kamakura, Japan, 1996
- Portland, USA, 2000
- Mannheim, Germany, 2003
- Dachau, Germany, 2004 (Jointly with Monica Sibmanns)
- Mozyr, Belarus, 2006
- Fort La Comte, France, 2007
- Ministry of Economy, Munich, Germany, 2008
She teaches drawing and composition and ceramics in a private school. She writes poems and stories. The first collection, "My wheel" was released in 2000 in Khabarovsk. The second collection “Stihografika "was released in St. Petersburg published by Komilfo in 2008. Published in "Literary Ukraine" magazine "Far East" in the book "Bridge."
Official Site: http://www.orkina-art.info/
The young Ukrainian artist, abstract, author of paintings and graphic compositions. She started drawing since childhood, and later graduated from art school, graduated from two higher educational establishments, with a degree in Interior Design. For a long time fascinated plastic anatomy and academic figures, and where there was her love for pencil drawings and graphics. Engaged in illustrating children's books, as illustrations to the author of surreal short stories.
Among her works can be seen pencil, oil, acrylic, watercolor and ink. The overall mood of the compositions of classical works combined with the features that define the vision of contemporary artists.