Figurative painter Valeria Kotsareva
Russian figurative painter Valeria Kotsareva was born in Moscow in 1969. She grew up in the artistic family – her father was an artist and designer, and her elder sister was also an artist. She later became a real muse and a model for Valeria’s paintings. Valeria Kotsareva graduated from the Moscow Art School, and in 1996 – from the State institute of Cinematography of USSR (specialty – decorative design of clothes). Valeria Kotsareva is a member of Union of artists of Russia, the International Art Fund, the International Association of Artists of UNESCO.
In 1997 Valeria Kotsareva presented her works at solo exhibition in Dusseldorf (Germany). During 1997 – 2014 she is a permanent participant of art exhibitions in The Central House of artists, Moscow Art Salon, Art Manege, Art Fairs (Moscow).
The world created by Moscow artist Valeria Kotsareva is unusually harmonious and balanced. It is quiet, without storms and upheavals, caressing a woman’s world. There are many colors, delicate taste and thin spirit, deeply reflection of the author’s mood.
“The main thing for me – says Valeria, – exemption from the futility of existence. I deliberately leave for a fictional world of contemplation, reflection. This is the world of exclusive senses – hidden and dreamy. A little mystique, a little bit of romanticism. ”
In the work of Valeria reality faces fiction, and alongside the accuracy of nature there is some innuendo, as if the artist invites the viewer to read between the lines of the hidden meaning of the story. All her work is peculiar special plastic attempt metaphorical interpretation of space. Valeria binds colors with feelings that wants to express, and how to check on hearing this musical scale.
All her work is characterized by special plastic attempt of metaphorical interpretation of space. Valeria binds colors with feelings that wants to express.