Vasilyevna Skargina (Yurova)

Russia • born in 1937

Biography and information

Was born in the Vladimir region in 1937. He studied at the Mstera art. College and the Moscow polygraph. A member of the artists Union since 1984. The participant of Republican, zone exhibitions from 1976.

Works are in the Vladimir-Suzdal architecture and art Museum, Lipetsk regional art gallery, Lipetsk regional Museum, Voronezh art Museum, Samara art Museum, the Voronezh art Museum.Kramskoy, corporate and private collections.

He graduated in 1956 Mstiora art vocational school.

From 1961 to 1964 he studied at the Moscow polygraphic Institute.

Member of the Union of artists of Russia since 1984.

Painter, graphic artist, master of decorative and applied art.

He worked from 1971 to 1981 in the art Fund of the city of Vladimir.

In the same year he moved to Lipetsk, working as an artist art - industrial workshops of art Fund of RSFSR.

From 1976 active participant of Republican, regional, regional exhibitions.

The work of Skarinou combines the artistic techniques of various cultures,

in spite of the influence of the Vladimir school of landscape and masters of Mstera lacquer miniature, dominated by an abstract submission form narrative material.

Paintings are not constrained within any one genre, be it landscape, still life, portrait, genre painting, everywhere the author creates his own, absolutely special world.

This is the world, captivating refinement, sensual solo, attractive.

A touchstone in choosing topics are impressions from the native city of Vladimir, the domes of which will long dream of Skarinou, it is a world created by imagination, often inhabited by exquisitely mysterious characters, presenting as it were the illusion of the surrounding nature.

Artist versatile talent, has the technical skill of hand weaving (tapestry), and paintings on silk in batik technique.

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    Still life, Landscape, Portrait
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