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21 February 2018
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Members of "Silver Easel" are young, creative, and motivated. They paint, create new art projects, try themselves in different directions and genres. They work hard and persistently, and it gives the results. We, from our side, enjoy watching the creative steps of the talented boys and girls. And this time we are glad to congratulate Anastasiia Khudiakova, a participant of the 3rd Open Student Contest in Painting "Silver Easel", who on 17 February 2018 presented her personal exhibition "Invisible Things" in the exhibition hall of the House of Nuremberg (Kharkiv).

1.jpg — 564.28 kBAnastasiia Khudiakova

The exposition includes 15 works of different genres – cityscapes, still lifes, and portraits created in oil and acrylic. A lot of works, as the artist herself notes, have an allegorical meaning. Nastia has been working on them for two years.

To make an exhibition, a talented girl was inspired by the art critic Valeriia Horbachova who also helped her with its organization.

"Apparently, it's time to show my works," Anastasiia Khudiakova thinks. “The exhibition is called "Invisible Things". Why? Because in my paintings I draw attention to usual and natural things that are sometimes invisible to people. In the centre of the canvases, there is everything that seems unworthy of attention at other times. With my works, I want to say that sometimes things that we do not notice tell us more than we can imagine."

11_picture_jpg.jpg — 369.23 kBAnastasiia Khudiakova "Sunday. Morning"

The girl admits that "Silver Easel" for her is "...a huge experience. The contest gave us an opportunity to look at ourselves differently, hear invaluable advice, rethink a lot of thongs and go further with inspiration and new forces!"

Recently Anastasiia has been experimenting with materials, creating reliefs. With sincere enthusiasm, she takes on the embodiment of old and new ideas, says that she already has a lot of ideas to convey on canvas, and for street art.

To see "Invisible Things" in the exhibition hall of the House of Nuremberg one cab until 9 March.

Nastia, our congratulations on your debut! We wish your muse to be a regular guest in your studio, and ideas to ne never exhausted!  Let all your exhibitions be bright and gather numerous admirers! We rejoice at your success!

Text: Kseniia Shokina
Photo: Borys Haiovyi
Artistic works  © Anastasiia Khudiakova
© Art&Culture Foundation Brovdi Art

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