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Mother`s dreams Painting

Olena Rublova


Painting, Watercolor on Paper

Size: 29.9 W x 22 H x 0.4 D in

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‘Mother`s dreams’ is painted using watrecolour on paper. It is quite big painting on an artist’s high quality cotton paper 300gsm. The painting is made using flat brush of multiply squares sized 1x1 cm. It is painted using a watercolour paints in an authors technique. In some areas of the painting the watercolour makes magical effects (on the edges). In Olena Rublova`s vibrant painting, 'Mothers dreams', the view of Ukrainian village yard comes alive with colour. Thousands of pixels of its own colours set up in a scenary of painting. These paintings are developed form a series of pictures that I made during the year. Exactly this painting is flashing us back to the childhood, summer and the countryside. Feel the smell of malva flower, cool air is going out of opened house`s doors and the heat outside. Have you spent your youth summer vacations like that? I do! My mother were living her childhood in this house. She was small. Flower bushes were giants for her. Now she is seeing this in her dreams, where she is young and small. Olena Rublova`s painting has a sentimental taste of sense. Maybe thats a wartime state in Ukraine influence. Pixel squares are like ornaments on Ukrainian military amunition. And as a part of series "Filters of time", it tells the part of the story about her Homeland which she believes will keep existing!

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Painting:Watercolor on Paper

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:29.9 W x 22 H x 0.4 D in

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Olena Rublova is a watercolor artist with a background in science. Having received her formal education in biology and ecology, her artistic interests are focused on the issues of biodiversity, portraiture of species, pristine and feral landscapes, and the effect of man and climate change on all. While her work partly reflects her fascination with nature’s beauty, throughout her life Rublova has been witness to the anthropogenic transformation and degradation of her native Donetsk’s environment through industrialization, mining, chemical plant development, and most recently – war. The Russian aggression continues to create devastating consequences for the Ukrainian and regional eco-systems of an unknown scope. Utilizing primarily watercolor, she finds parallels in the characteristics of the technique to the contradictions of a lived reality – its unpredictability, speed, and diverse expressive possibilities. Nowadays Olena is also involved in work on the cultural front because of russia's war on the territory of Ukraine creating project "Filters of time" in pixel style Olena Rublova born in Horlivka, Donetsk region,1987. She graduated from the Donetsk National University with a degree in biology and ecology. Her continued education includes attendance of art classes in the fine art studio of I.V. Tiunin and at the M.M. Grokh School at the National Union of Artists of Ukraine, Kyiv. While living in Kyiv, Rublova gained professional experience through participation in numerous artistic events, projects and exhibitions, international festivals and plein airs. She was also a member of the cultural project "Watercolor Breath" and the creative association "Five". She has worked at the Center of Culture and Arts of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine and The Museum of the History of the City of Kyiv assuming roles from exhibition organizer, graphic and set designer, to educational workshop moderator. Currently, Rublova teaches visual arts in the Art Club for Children in Kyiv and continues independently to develop her artistic practice. Recently she has enrolled as a mentee in the mentoring program of IFA - the German government’s Institute for Cultural Relations. The works of Olena Rublova are included in private collections in Ukraine, UnitedStates of America, Canada, Poland, Belgium, Spain, Slovenia, and France, amongst others. My e-mail is

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