July 7, 2020 – July 9, 2020
by Professional Artist, Tatiana Yanovskaya-Sink
Come up to paint the prepared gorgeous individual floral arrangements for you with various pretty objects.
Tatiana will lead you through blocking-in starting stage toward final touches; pointing out how to set up still life and what to look for during the progress. The valuable information will be provided about all visual elements (Nailing values, Color Theory, Edges specifics and Unifying Design) throughout all painting stages; How to paint specific brand of flowers while unifying the complex flower arrangements into the solid and effective design.
Daily demos and plenty individual attention. Tatiana will offer instructions to those who are interested in after the class landscape and nocturne scene. Great Fun and short yoga breaks for multitasks folks.
Tatiana Yanovskaya-Sink was born in Ukraine. The only child of working class parents, Tatiana was raised in a Soviet-style “doma” in Ukraine ‘s largest industrial city just 550 miles south of Moscow. Throughout her school years she was exposed to the paintings of the greatest Russian and Ukrainian traditional artists. Although well cared for, Tatiana was a lonely child and relied on a vivid imagination to occupy and express her creativity through ballet dancing (Nut Cracker) and play acting in school and local theatre events.
Unable to afford a piano Tatiana was discouraged from pursuing her first inclination toward the arts â€“ music. In primary and secondary school she was, however, able to take basic courses in drawing and design in the local art schools and art associations. At the insistence of her parents, Tatiana earned her BS degree in mechanical engineering with the later obtained an advanced degree as Patent Agent from Moscow Patent & Trademark Office. While working in the intellectual property field, she took art classes at the Kharkov Academy of Art (formerly the Institute of Industrial Art and Design) where she made friends with many talented artists with whom she studied and stays in-touch until present. In 1990, after the breakup of the Soviet Union, Tatiana immigrated to the United States, found employment in Boston law offices as a patent paralegal. Throughout this period Art remained Tatiana’s first love and she continues to paint, study with the most prominent contemporary artists in America and participates in the shows with the various local artists. Currently she has her studio located in Rockland, 83 E.Water Street. More About Tatiana
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