Inna Skidan was born in Ukraine. She now lives in the United States. The move has understandably affected her painting, mostly by bringing out the culture of the country where she was born, which she brought with her. Her works are full of intense light. This is characteristic of Ukrainian culture. Constant experiments can be seen in her work, it moves and changes. Sometimes a work is just an abstraction, and sometimes her work contains live characters that she captures in a painting or that surround it. Her paintings express what she is going through in moving to a new country and what excites and inspires her every day. Colors are blended and interwoven, overlapping explosively and then sometimes falling gently to the floor if the voices become softer. Inna is keen on the ethnic art of her country. One form of this folk art is the traditional Ukrainian wedding ritual towel. In Ukrainian “towel” also means “road” and this road is to be the one that a couple follows in their lives. Therefore, the towels are a layering of the sacred amulets and charms that promise the couple a long and happy life. The Tree of Life, which is shown on the towels, is sometimes depicted in her works. The themes are a universal language, full of the sensitivity and the strength that gives life and inspiration to many of her paintings. Events: -Participation in the international exhibition ART WEEK in Moscow in 2012. -1 st place in the category of "Nude" in the international competition ART WEEK in Moscow in 2012 - finalist contest " A Creative Wall Voices" Kiltiris 2014 - Pfrticipation in the international exhibition "United Space" in Kiev in 2015
- Живая душа в живописи Страница Inna Skidan|
Я люблю цвет, поэтому мои работы разговаривают цветовой гаммой, моей живописи свойственна декоративность, это тоже способ восприятия мира....
Inna Skidan's Guestbook
|you are talant!|
i am in love with your paintings, so soulful...
(Johnny, 15 January 2016)
WOW! What a powerful piece. I mean it. Looks amazing.
(Angie S., 10 January 2016)
This is so pleasant looking. You have done a great job.
(Lexi, 23 December 2015)
Hello I am Jessi. I just wanted to say that I think this is excellent work.
(Jessi, 22 December 2015)
|"a conversation with a friend"|
This is a wonderful piece. Makes me happy.
(Annie, 20 December 2015)
Lovely work. You have outdone yourself.
(Nellie, 11 December 2015)