Artwork Description

"At Night" I painted this oil painting as a conceptualized winter view, where out of my former Ukrainian studio window before leaving Ukraine for Canada. It is a night scene of love and gentleness during the cold Ukrainian winter. Leafless trees are depicted on the stunning multilayer deep blue background. The scene is lightened only with two street lamps that creates the atmosphere of intimacy and mystery. The oil painting is multilayer and pastous as most of my oil paintings are. To create this beautiful piece, I was using Renaissance painterly technique, which is an application of several layers of oil paint, and Italian technique impasto.           View more our Contemporary artworks and Old Masters artworks

At Night

ByAnastasia Fedorova
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Original Oil on Canvas

28×28

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Artist Biography

Anastasia Fedorova is an established Ukrainian Canadian oil painter based in Vancouver. She learned oil painting and drawing from celebrated Ukrainian Oil Master painters for a decade before attending the Institute of Art and Design in Kiev. She later studied Art History at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. Anastasia creates beautiful multilayer oil paintings using traditional Renaissance painterly technique and Italian technique impasto. Her oil paintings have many layers of different oil paintings. Sometimes there could be up to six layers which she paints one on top of another. Her unique technique allows her to achieve an incredible depth in her oil paintings and makes her works full of vivid and sumptuous colours. All of her multilayer oil paintings are very pastous with a thick and rich texture.
Anastasia Fedorova is an established Ukrainian Canadian oil painter based in Vancouver. She learned oil painting and drawing from celebrated Ukrainian Oil Master painters for a decade before attending the Institute of Art and Design in Kiev. She later studied Art History at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada.

Anastasia creates beautiful multilayer oil paintings using traditional Renaissance painterly technique and Italian technique impasto. Her oil paintings have many layers of different oil paintings. Sometimes there could be up to six layers which she paints one on top of another. Her unique technique allows her to achieve an incredible depth in her oil paintings and makes her works full of vivid and sumptuous colours. All of her multilayer oil paintings are very pastous with a thick and rich texture.

The main subjects of Anastasia`s oil paintings are conceptualized landscape, cityscape and floral pieces. She usually starts her work from nature doing her plein-airs outside in nature because direct experience is very important to her. Anastasia`s oil paintings are conversational pieces, and there is always an idea behind every work she creates.

Anastasia Fedorova won numerous international art awards and has a long history of solo and group exhibitions including: IX Florence Biennale of Contemporary Art in Florence, Italy; 55th Venice Biennale, International art project Passagio in Laguna Venice Italy, a solo exhibition at National Museum of Art in Kiev.

Anastasia is an active member of the Federation of Canadian Artists and a member of the International Association of Artists.

In February, 2021 Anastasia Fedorova was nominated for the most prestigious Art Award in Canada - Sobey Art Award by the National Gallery of Canada. In 2017 Anastasia received the Palm Art Award from Art Domain in Germany. In 2015 she was awarded with the National Title "Honored Ukrainian Artist" by Art Olympus for her contribution
into Ukrainian art culture. In 2013 Anastasia won 1st place in the nomination “Still-life paintings” at Art Project Passagio in Laguna, Venice, Italy.

Anastasia`s multilayer oil paintings can be found in many private and corporate collections in Canada, USA, Japan, Russia, Germany, France, Ukraine, Italy, Russia etc. Notable public collections include: National Museum of Art in Kiev, Ukraine, ASTTBC Foundation in Vancouver, Canada, University of British Columbia in Vancouver and others.

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