Vladislavovna Vysotskaya

Russia • Saint Petersburg • born in 1939
painter, graphic artist. member of the American Society of Botanical Artists (ASBA), member of the League of Photomasters of St. Petersburg, Ph.
Born in Leningrad on May 24, 1939 in a family of higher school teachers. In 1961, she graduated from the Leningrad State University (Physics Faculty, Department of Mathematical Physics). in 1969 she defended her PhD thesis on applied magnetic hydrodynamics. Since January 30, 1970, she has been a member of the House of Scientists, and for a number of years she has visited the Section of Books and Graphics, the Section of Decorative Floriculture and others. Irina Vladislavovna Vysotskaya Candidate of Technical Sciences (Department of Mathematical Physics). for 27 years she has been working as a researcher at the research institute and a teacher of higher education, she has a diploma of associate professor of the Department of Higher Mathematics. In parallel with her main work, Irina Vysotskaya attended the art studio of the House of Scientists at the USSR Academy of Sciences and drawing classes at the Repin Institute. For more than 10 years she practiced in the art studio of the House of Scientists named after M. Gorky. M. Gorky under the guidance of famous artists L.I. Weishl, T.V. Gorb. Since 1990 Irina Vysotskaya has been working as an artist and art dealer. She is a member of ASBA (American Society of Botanical Artists), the League of Photomasters of St. Petersburg, Rotary Club "St. Petersburg - Neva", runs the isostudio "Whimsical Flower Line". The main theme of Irina Vysotskaya's work is floristics - still lifes with flowers, made by the artist in a complex, mixed technique (a combination of gouache, watercolor, pastel and acrylic). In 2018, the artist won the Caravaggio International Award in the category "Great Master of Art". The award ceremony was held in Milan's oldest theater "Teatro Litta". In 2019, the artist received the prize of the international competition "Botticelli", held in the Palazzo Borghese in Florence. Irina Vysotskaya was also invited to the International Biennale of Contemporary Art in Mantua, Italy. Irina Vysotskaya has held fourteen solo exhibitions in St. Petersburg. More than 800 of her works are in private collections in over twenty countries, including Sweden, Finland, England, Poland, Denmark, Germany, France and the USA.
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