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Artist Marina Lukach Художник в Украине Марина  Лукач
Artist Marina Lukach Художник в Украине Марина  Лукач
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Marina Lukach, Kiev (Ukraine) - Farmington ( Utah, USA)

Member of the National Union of Photographers of Ukraine.


Winner of the gold, silver and bronze medals at international competitions, awarded by FIAP.
My works are settleed at private collections in Ukraine, the Netherlands, Austria, the USA, Russia,
England, Italy, Germany, the United Arab Emirates. Intertwined in my work different techniques:
manipulation of textile, batik, embroidery, quilting, painting, weaving, decoupage, textiles, painting,
sculpture, photography, paintings that gives unusual sound. That's why they are bought for family collections,
as luxurious presents and as profitable investment.

Обладатель золотых, серебряных и бронзо-вых медалей международных конкурсов, 
наград FIAP. Работы находятся в частных коллекциях Украины, Голландии, Австрии, 
США, России, Англии, Италии, Германии, ОАЭ.

Переплетаю в своих работах разные техники: текстильные манипуляции, батик,
вышивка, квилтинг, живопись, плетение, декупаж, текстиль, роспись, лепка, фотография,
что придает картинам необычное звучание. Поэтому их приобретают в семейные коллекции,
как роскошные подарки и даже выгодную инвестицию.

Комментировать » Комментариев (10)

Дата: 21 Ноя 2014 03:10
Имя: Jacob Despain
I simply am impressed with the meaning that is intertwined in your piece. It’s not just a “pretty picture”, but rather is a beautiful rendition of an event, with movement and color, and incredible background of the event; all put into a rectangle frame. Most art that I’ve seen captures a point in time. Whereas your piece captures a series of events and uses actual pieces from the event. While I don’t fully understand or appreciate Ukraine--to the level that I’m sure you or others who are more tied to the country than myself do--I am a lover of freedom and my heart aches to those in the world, and in this case Ukrainians, who fight for freedom from tyranny. May you find success in your country and may somebody who shares my love of freedom, and who also has money and a love for Ukraine, buy your art and support you and the cause! God bless you.

Дата: 18 Ноя 2014 07:49
Имя: R.J.Zangari
I was able to see this work in person earlier in Sept of 2014 and let me just say, the pictures don't do it justice. In order to really appreciate this artwork you have to be looking at it in person; the detail Marina put into this work is far beyond impressive.
One thing I found very interesting was the incorporation of debris from the protests in Kiev (those are one of the things you have to see in person because you can't see it from the pictures). It's those little things that give this artwork an extra sense of depth. The symbolism in the artwork has a nice dynamic to it. Although my eye was immediately taken toward the surreal scenes of carnage my gaze was soon caught by Marina's symbol of peace and freedom (the woman holding the stork). It's the largest object in the artwork and to me it refocuses my attention on the piece's true message, freedom. I like that dichotomy.

Дата: 16 Ноя 2014 05:15
Имя: Elizabeth Pollock
Marina Lukach - Ukrainian Artist

As Marina began to tell her story, I did not have any expectations. Then as she began to talk of the actual event, I felt like I was transported into the situation. She pointed to the canvas explaining each detail and account of which materials and scenes were depicted with such a vivid picture of Kiev that it felt like you were there with her experiencing this dark surreal real life current event.

I became touched and captivated. The details of this horrific situation were told with such passion and human compassion that the audience was waiting for some heroic outcome.

The artist manages to transform her painful emotions of this situation into a real piece of beauty always keeping the symbol of the stork and the woman off center and in the foreground of this patriot display. The textures, materials and techniques are all interwoven and expressed through valiant colors exposing dark elements surrounding them with shadows of the positive energies of life through a metamorphosis of color and transformation.

This master piece is a real depiction of the under lying forces of the universe and those
positive forces which are always present but camouflaged because of the dominant
elements of destruction in one of the largest historical cultural cities in Europe.

Thank you for sharing such an important piece of modern history!


M. Elizabeth Pollock


Дата: 10 Ноя 2014 12:43
Имя: Liliya
Marina is one of the most inspiring artists I have ever met. Her canvas is a treasure of art and current Ukrainian history. The canvas tells a story and is an actual artifact from the events of Ukrainian revolution. Simply remarkable!

Дата: 10 Ноя 2014 12:11
Имя: Dallan Grange
I lived among the Ukrainian people for a couple of years and got to know the artist of this great piece of work really well. They say she illustrates this event in Ukrainian history is magnificent. I traveled back to the US just a month or two after the protests started. I saw the way the Kiev reacted to the events that led to the protests and even found my self in the middle of it at a point of peace on independence square. It was truly amazing the way a nation had gathered to support what was best for them as citizens and not what leaders wanted. I was not there for the toughest times but when I hear the people and Marina talk about it my heart sinks. I understand the sorrow they feel and the hardship they have faced. Ukrainians have always stood up for their freedom even from the beginning 24 years ago! Слава Украина!!!!!

Дата: 10 Ноя 2014 06:31
Имя: Анонимный пользователь
I traveled recently to Ukraine and saw Kyiv's Independence Square, where the recent protests and revolution took place. I had the chance to speak with people who were there during the revolution and the incredible and dramatic events that shook the world.

The Ukrainian people have endured so much heartache and tragedy over centuries of abuse by invading empires. From all that I have learned, I can say that this piece, much like the heartbreaking and inspiring events in Ukraine over the last year, captures the essence and sincerity of Ukraine's long struggle for freedom and true independence. To me, this piece is a microcosm of the history and indefatigable resilience of the Ukrainian people.

Дата: 10 Ноя 2014 04:21
Имя: Petro
когда увидел эту работу на выставке недавно, стоял рассматривал, как она была сделана минут 5. не говоря уже о тематике. мне кажется, работа полна истории и символизма. ну и, конечно же, когда автор рассказала историю этой работы и символизм каждого элемента, складывается полное понимание этого полотна.

Дата: 10 Ноя 2014 04:13
Имя: Аня, Солт Лек Сити
Гениальная работа! Когда я увидела это панно, то у меня сами собой полились слёзы. Для меня, наблюдавшей Майдан через уличные камеры и прямые трансляции и при этом каждую ночь замиравшей от отчаяния и бессилия (экран был так близко, но я была так далеко)-для меня работа Марины стала мостиком с домом. И не просто мостиком. Панно заговорило со мной живой историей борьбы и надежды, горя и просветления. Панно это не только о нескольких месяцах Майдана: в нём суть истории нашей измученной страны; оно информативно как книга, и эмоционально как песня. И эта суть, сконцентрированная в ярком квадрате панно, одновременно взрывет и даёт надежду.

Дата: 10 Ноя 2014 03:58
Имя: Alyona Owens
Полотно - шедевр. Сама техника работы заставляет прохожего остановиться и интригует своей сложностью. История и значение полотна настолько глубоки, что работа оставляет неизгладимое впечатление. А ведь это и есть смысл искусства

Дата: 10 Ноя 2014 03:56
Имя: Jenya Zangari
This art work caught my attention at the Zion's Bank Art Show in Salt Lake City, Utah. Such a colorful art work. Each fragment of it tells the story of the past and shows much hope for the future of the country and the nation. The work shows unity of the nation and how it makes the country stronger and more resilient.

HeartMix by Marina Lukach