Ukrainian artist Nadia Sadoviak is staging her first UK exhibition at Arlington Arts Centre, Newbury from 6 March to 3 May.
Nadia’s vibrant paintings are created using a variety of techniques, including acrylic fluid art, watercolours and pencil. Her works are intended to give people joy, positive emotions, topics for reflection and – most importantly – LOVE and HOPE.
The exhibition is open to the public from 10:00 to 16:30 Monday to Friday.
NADIA SADOVIAK – ARTIST STATEMENT
The purpose of my exhibition, Hope, is to introduce visitors to my works, to show my inner world, my dreams, hopes and expectations.
Abstract art gives me an opportunity to convey on canvas with colours, shades and various techniques my dreams, emotions and my worldview.
More than 20 works are presented to the visitors of my exhibition. I used various techniques to paint them: acrylic fluid art, watercolour paints and pencils, mixed techniques. Many pictures are drawn with modern techniques with elements of neurographics.
All works are diverse in terms of subjects. Bright colour and contrasting lines are harmoniously tune with delicate nuance of pastel shades.
In my works l transform reality into the colours, symbols and image that carry a multifaceted reading for every art connoisseur.
Life shows us how to value time, and time teaches us how to value life in all its uniqueness, diversity and beauty of every moment.
I want my works to give people joy, positive emotions, topics for reflection and – most importantly – LOVE and HOPE.