Tanya Stefanovich, London based artist, expresses the world as she spots it through vivid colours, inviting the viewer to see nature and the world in the most diverse ways. Her paintings are the reflection of intimate feelings by dynamic motion rather than a freeze scene. She often grants colours different meanings: blue can be warm, snowy-white – hot, black expresses fullness, red stands for love.
Tanya was born in 1986 in the family of a famous local artist and sculptor Myroslav Gavrilyv who gave her the passion for art creation. Tanya spent her childhood surrounded by the beauties of forest Carpathian Mountains and the wilderness of untouched nature on the border of Hungary and Ukraine. Painting brush had met her hand in the regional art school before the writing pen did. The teachers were surprised to see that she could draw equally well by both of her hands.
In 2011, after 5 years of studies, Tanya graduated with the Master’s degree of interior design and art. In 2015, Tanya experienced a turning point in her life, moved to England. There she has been admired by sea and cliffs so she continued to use oil for display the colours of the world as she feels it while going deeper within her imagination to shape that vision.
Today, Tanya Stefanovich is a professional artist with more than 20 years’ experience. She creates extra-large paintings as well as cute tiny pieces. She mostly provides commission artworks by exclusive customer orders. Her paintings are being sold all over the world and represent her on all continents in private collections and galleries. Twice a year she participates in the UK and EU art exhibitions.
Tanya states: “My biggest joy derives from seeing someone admiring my work, as to me it signifies that the viewer is able to feel the same charm and bliss of the world as I do through the colours”.