cambridge artist with ukrainian roots
Mariya Myronova works with a wide range of art mediums. The latest beautiful, light and transparent watercolours, classic oil paintings and conceptual artworks about today’s contradictions will be presented during the Cambridge Open Studios in her gallery in Teversham. Mariya had several exhibitions and art auctions in the UK and online this year. Her works are in private collections in the UK, Belgium, Ukraine, Switzerland and other countries.
- November 2023 — Fundraising Art exhibition at St Giles Church, Cambridge
- October 2023 — COS Art Exhibition at Leys School
- August 2023 — masterclass 'Tote bag in Ukrainian style'
- March 2023 Cambridge Drawing Society Art exhibition at Pitt Building, Cambridge
- February 2023 Peterborough Cathedral Art exhibition
Peterborough Cathedral Annual Art Exhibition 'Made in 2022'
High and lows of 2022 were presented by artists at Peterborough Cathedral’s annual Art exhibition in February. 2 portraits, the first one of Queen Elizabeth II as an inspiration and the second as a reminder of nightmare times in Ukraine were presented at the exhibition in Peterborough Cathedral Art Exhibition.
Help to Ukraine
£1100, collected from art sales during Mariya’s fundraising Autumn art exhibition, were trasfered to purchase medical equipment for Ukraine. All artist’s passion and love for the country were put in a new series of paintings aboutUkrainian memories in yellow and blue, happy times in Kyiv and Berdyansk were translated in native colours and traditional patterns.
During the Open Studios Mariya collected £407 for Ukraine. Money were transered to the kids suffered in war zone at Zaporizhia hospital, Ukraine.