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RepresentationEast West Fine Art
Naples, FL - Kyo Gallery
Alexandria, Virginia - Biography
Elena's natural artistic grace is no accident; it mirrors her disposition, sweet and true, which shines eloquently at the heart of each of her paintings. It is very willingness to share her vulnerability, coupled with her unyielding fidelity to her artistic vision, that sparks our intense, instantaneous identification with her beloved subject. Her love of animals and nature has always been a part of what inspires her work and her life. She chose to forgo animal products in 2004 and has remained vegetarian since.
Elena always wanted to travel, but did not have the opportunity to travel until she moved to Houston Texas from Russia in 1998. She continues to reside in Houston today. Only then was she able to live out her dream of traveling to beautiful places in the USA and abroad. She saw things she had never seen before - oceans, waterfalls, canyons, and mountains. Elena's artworks captures the very essence of her travel experiences. She invites her viewers to share in her love of nature and the animal world.
As a child growing up in a small town in Russia, art has always been a big part of Elena's life.
Elena was surrounded by majestic forest and wetland landscapes. She spent a lot of time adventuring outdoors, helping cultivate her early desires to create. She has always had a great passion for creativity. Elena took art classes throughout her school years. She was very fortunate to have an inspiring art teacher in school who taught her to experiment with colors, techniques, and to explore composition using watercolors and pencils. She was a top art student in her class and she won awards frequently for her artwork at school competitions. Her parents were very supportive of her passion for art and her father wanted her to proceed toward an art career after school [...]Read the rest of this bio on the
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