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“FOUR DIMENSIONS” OF FOUR MASTERS ARE PRESENTED AT THE EXHIBITION IN UZHHOROD

04
May

2017

“FOUR DIMENSIONS” OF FOUR MASTERS ARE PRESENTED AT THE EXHIBITION IN UZHHOROD

"Four dimensions" – the name of the exhibition opened in Uzhhorod cultural and historical centre "Owl's Nest" on May 4, 2017.

The exposition, which will last for two weeks, is represented by the works of the masters of the Association of Creative Women of Transcarpathia "The New Form" - Nadiia Ponomarenko, Liudmyla Korzh-Radko, Odarka Dolhosh and Olena Kondratiuk.
Spring and woman are the main motives of this extremely interesting both in colouristic and genre diversity exhibition. Although the works of each of the four artists represented as if in their own separate area, they all are united by the invisible idea. "The idea is to preserve and show the feature of each author, and there is even need to sign the work, they are recognizable," says Odarka Dolhosh. We did not create this exhibition for any purpose; first of all we tried to offer for each author the very topic, which is the most relevant for her now.” For Odarka Dolhos this theme is a riot of blossom, colours, spring in all its versatility and wealth. "It fascinated me so much that I just could not stop!" – she admits and shows the works - "On St. Thomas' Sunday" (2017), "Harbingers of spring" (2017), and others.

A definite contrast in the colour palette and at the same time a certain emphasis on the soft-spring works of O. Dolhosh are the canvases of Nadiia Ponomarenko. From the trio of its silhouettes of the castle mountain one cannot look away ("Silhouettes of Castle Hill. Wisteria" (2016), "Silhouettes of Castle Hill. Thrushes" (2016), "Silhouettes of Castle Hill. Windmill" (2017). "Unlike others, my works are not spring ones and there are no women's motives. But this contrast is required in order to be sounded in pink, light green colour"- said the author.
New texture, new lines and thoughts appeared in the works of Liudmyla Korzh-Radko - "Golden Rain" (2017), "Infanta" (2017). Her elegant works are, as before, full of harmony, extreme respect to a woman, but at the same time new powerful lines, intentions and intonations can be seen in them. Olena Kondratiuk, in turn, as already expected, fascinates the viewer with an unrivalled palette of colours - the palette that only she can lay out, as an art historian Mykhailo Syrokhman remarked. In his opinion, the viewer will feel all the nuances of colours - inserted, found - and will appreciate them. The master presented the works "Spring Blossom" (2013), "Apples are falling" (2016), and others.
After Uzhhorod, the audience of Lviv, Chernivtsi, and other Ukrainian cities will be able to appreciate the exhibition of about 40 paintings.
Text: Nataliia Petervari Photo: Robert Dovhanych

 

 

 

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