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Julia Levitska

Painting

 Odesa, Ukraine

Yulia Levytska is a Ukrainian artist who works with and gets inspired by women. For her it is primarily a work with her inner world, a search for answers to the questions of being and, of course, a love for the aesthetics of the physical form.

 Julia's new series of paintings is about experiencing moments, observing your inner state, and enjoying being. 

    A new series of paintings by Julia about the feeling of moments, observation of your inner state, the pleasure of being. It is in the nude figurative, according to the artist, openness at the maximum due to ease and the exclusion of even the slightest hints of staging. The artist claims that in the creative process she experiences the disintegration of her own complexes, fears and on the contrary the birth of full acceptance of herself and her worldview, awareness of the value of their own inner world. 

 

Naked female figures in the context of peaceful everyday life in Yulia Levitskaya's paintings emphasize that happiness can be near, because mental strength and peace give the opportunity to enjoy simple things: the weekend when you do not need to hurry, inspiration for new plans, enjoy fragrant coffee with sweets, a recent dream, a taste of soothing mint tea. Each work in the "I ..." series is a story of a man depicted in the style of neo-impressionism, who shares a sensual, but quite ordinary moment of his life with the viewer. There is a clear opposition between the "here and now" and the continuous undifferentiated, and therefore, according to the artist, meaningless, the passage of time, which reflects the author's feelings about the variability of corporeality over time. This series of works is an attempt by the artist to "discover" the female body in its new capacity, addressing the libidinal aspects of "I". "My art is the desire to share emotions and experiences, to show different female images. For me, the female body is the universe, the infinity of the creation of different images.