Pastel Pink, Part One Painting by Olga Ibadullayeva

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Pastel Pink, Part One

Olga Ibadullayeva

Singapore

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The painting “Pastel Pink. Part One” was presented at the Personal Fine Art Exhibition by Olga Ibadullayeva “Scents of Nature”. November 2018/ Visual Arts Centre, Singapore.

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My path as an artist started at 4 years old in Ukraine when my mother brought me to the art school as she sensed my interest to drawing. Since that time my life, work and education were continuously filled with arts in different instances. From basic art school, through graduating from Kharkiv State Academy of Design and Arts, through multiple art-travel tours across museums of Europe, US, and Asia - to work challenges in commercial design and digital graphics, and back to fine arts. And here I am painting in Singapore where the life routes and family have led me to. I am a big lover of traditional arts and have a strong classical base. I believe this is a foundation for any further form of expression. This background also gives me courage to continuously experiment in various styles and to be open to modern and conceptual arts. I went through different medias and use mostly oil and watercolor today. I gain inspiration from simple objects around us, these small invisible things that happen every day, every moment. In our fast pace of life and information - I want to help people take a breath from the daily rush and reflect on the remarkable events that surround us. There are no ordinary moments - something is always happening... And I am trying to reflect the things that I find remarkable in my work.

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