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Vasilievna Zhizhenko

born in 1953

Biography and information

Painter, graphic artist, designer. Member of the Belarusian Union of Designers.
Born on October 25, 1953. Graduated from the Minsk Art School named after A.K. Glebova. Works in genres: portrait, landscape, still life (watercolor, oil). In 2009, for the first time in Belarus, she developed an original technique of painting with oil, in which she still works. For several years she worked as a designer at Gomeltransneft Druzhba OJSC, where she closely came into contact with the process and the essence of hydrocarbon raw materials. Lyudmila Vasilievna has developed a fundamentally new method of painting pictures. Instead of simple watercolors, oil is used, applied to a special kind of dry paper. The resulting paintings have a distinctive flavor and look like old photographs that have turned yellow with time. Participant of regional, republican and foreign exhibitions in Italy, Germany and Russia. The artist's works are in private collections in the near and far abroad. Lives and works in Gomel, Belarus.

Artist exhibitions:
1996 - Italy, Bussero, personal exhibition "Chernobyl - a sign of trouble"
1997 - Italy, personal exhibition "My Belarus"
1997 - Belarus, Gomel, Social and Cultural Center, personal exhibition "Colors of the Polesie Land"
1998 - Belarus, Gomel, F. Skorina Gomel State University, personal exhibition "Autumn Palette"
1999 - Belarus, Gomel, Folk Art Center, personal exhibition “Woman. Spring. Flowers "
1999 - Germany, Viktorburg, personal exhibition
1999 - Germany, Aurich, personal exhibition
2001 - Germany, Waldbröl, personal exhibition
2011 - Belarus, Gomel, Art Gallery named after Kh.K. Vaschenko, personal exhibition of oil works "Colors of the bowels of our earth"
2011 - Belarus, Mozyr, personal exhibition of oil works "Landscapes of the oil region"
2012 - Russia, Bryansk, City Exhibition Hall, personal exhibition of oil works "Pumping oil into art"
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