15-30 September 2016, 9.30 – 19.00 daily
The Ice House Gallery, Holland Park South Kensington London W8 6LU
Join this exhibition in a cosy art gallery in Holland Park to see the artworks of three Ukrainian artists.
Ihor was born in the city of Ivano-Frankivs’k, Ukraine. He was graduated from the Department of Journalism of Ivan Franko L’viv State University. Early personal art exhibitions took place in L’viv /1980, 1982/ and Ivano-Frankivs’k /1987/. He also exhibited in Kyiv /1988/, Chicago, Detroit, and Glen Spay /USA/ – 1992-1994, Ivano-Frankivs’k /2005/, Orebich (Croatia) – 2006, Krynica-Zdroj – 2006, Prjashiv (Slovakia) – 2006 etc. His art works are in the private collections in many countries.
See more of Ihor’s works here
Olga Brown was born in Ukraine and received a MA in art and textiles. Since 1997 she has worked and lived in London, winning the Chelsea Art Society Agnes Reeve Award (2009) best painting of London. First prize for the best figurative painting in Hesketh Hubbart Art Society, Mall Gallery (2012). Olga exhibits extensively at galleries in the UK.
See more of Olha’s works here
Galyna has been passionate about embroidery since very young age. She has completed numerous projects, including art reproductions, traditional Ukrainian garments and icons. In order to bring her skill from hobby to a professional level, she took embroidery classes at RSN, Hampton Court and is now taking painting classes. Galyna will present several of her embroidered artworks. She is also the main organiser of this exhibition.
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