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Anna Evtushenko, Experienced artist
Based in Kaliningrad, Born 1980
In 2001, Anna graduated from the Kaliningrad State Pedagogical Institute with a specialization in artistic design.
She has experience with solo exhibitions, such as the exhibition "Sea in the Porthole" at the Water Tower in Kaliningrad. Her marine landscapes in circular formats left a vivid impression on the residents and visitors of the region. The exhibition received media coverage and was featured on television. Among numerous group exhibitions, Anna participated in "Talents of Russia" at the Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow and the exhibition "Russian Artist against War" in New York.
Several significant events in Anna's career are worth mentioning. In 2022, Anna's works took third place at the International Exhibition Competition "Art of the Silhouette" in Moscow and second place in the category "Avant-garde Landscapes and Abstractions" at the International Exhibition Competition "Landscapes of Russia" in Moscow.
Anna's works are held in the collections of Russian patrons. She is continuously learning and improving her painting style and professionalism. In 2023, Anna furthered her qualifications with the American artist Irina Cumberland. Her latest series of works were inspired by Irina's hyperrealistic portrayal of seawater.
Anna is passionate about animals and ecological issues. She participated in a charitable project called "Home for Lonely Cats in the city of Kaliningrad", which deals with the treatment, feeding, and temporary housing of homeless animals. Anna also regularly assists volunteer organizations dedicated to helping homeless animals.
Anna Evtushenko is a painter working in the styles of hyperrealism, realism, and oil abstraction on canvas. Since Anna lives on the shores of the Baltic Sea, her work is heavily influenced by the maritime theme. She constantly observes the sea's majesty, sunrises, and sunsets, and strives to convey her emotions on canvas.
Currently, she is working on a series of paintings in the hyperrealism style, oil on canvas, for an individual exhibition titled "The Substance of Water" in Kaliningrad. In this exhibition, she will present over 50 artworks.
2023 Catalog of the exhibition “Russian artist against war” USA
2023 New York Weekly, USA
2023 The News God, USA