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Valentyna Serhiyivna Snegovska
Monumental artist, painter

She was born in 1931 on Volga River in Samara. In 1957 she graduated from Moscow Artistic Trade Institute named in Stroganov getting the speciality of Monumental-Decorative Artist.
Over forty years V.S. Snegovska has taken parts in native and foreign art expositions. In particular she was a participant of the Republic exhibitions in Moscow (1967, 1970, 1972), in Leningrad (1979), in Kyiv (1983), in Simferopol (1991), in Bulgaria and of the Republic exhibition of ceramics in the Refectory of Kyiv Lavra.
In 1980 the artist moved to Yevpatoria (AR Crimea) where she still lives. In this city Valentyna Serhiyivna has organized childs art school where during six years before retiring she worked as the director and a teacher.
During 19802005 there were set up a range of monumental works by V.S. Snegovska in Yevpatoria: a sculpture A girl with a plait near the building of (2,5 m, metal); colored concrete relieves Pupils at the four-storied building of school 6; two volume compositions A girl a girl and a boy in the entrance hall of Sanatorium Luchezarnyi (ceramics, height 1 m); metal relieves History of connection, From swallows to space at the Main Post Office in Demycheva Str. (10 sq.m), Ecology of the ocean in the entrance hall of Sanatorium Nagovitsyna, Local plots (the entrance hall of Sanatorium Rossiya). The artist decorated the entrance hall of the booksellers in Revolyutsiyi Str.
Valentyna Serhiyivna almost thirty years has been working as a painter creating wonderful pictures with oil paints and also she leads the society of imitative art.
The artist has her own firmed principles about art which she never betrays during all her creative life. She aspires to pass over our complicated and discordant times by means of art expressiveness scooping her inspiration from artists of The Silver Century who were blown and unacknowledged such as Lentulov, Falk, Tallin, Shagal, and Kandinsky. Valentyna Serhiyivna considers that life gives to artists plots and possibility to discover for a spectator the singularity of the moment, to understand the compositional searching, to pass over features of the epoque, its pain and hopes in the way they are in people and streets of the city.



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