Paintings by Anna Razumovskaya
Growing up in Rostov-on-Don, Russian artist Anna Razumovskaya did not plan to make a career in the visual arts. But at the age of 17, after finishing high school, she entered the Art Department of Rostov State University, obeying the desire of her parents. And her parents were right. Anna Razumovskaya realized she has made the right choice after her diploma work was recognized the best. After graduating from the University in 1991, Razumovskaya went to study in Germany, then in Holland, where the artist studied and mastered the techniques of rare paintings. Later Anna moved to Canada, where she still lives and works.
Main theme of paintings by Anna Razumovskaya are female portraits, in which, she selects palette of colors, woven into a single composite rhythm and passion, and tenderness of these lovely creatures. Through her paintings, you can see another side of female character, fascinating side – the combination of fragility with strength of character. It is possible that subconsciously Anna Razumovskaya puts her character into the images she creates. “Quickly, easily, brightly: this is the way I draw, the same way I live. My art is a reflection of my life, a reflection of myself…”