Exhibition Kilina Tatyana Alexandrovna Automatic translate
с 1 по 25 Марта
Калужский музей изобразительных искусств
ул. Ленина, 103
March 1 at 16:00 in the Kaluga Museum of Fine Arts (Lenin St., 103, second floor) will open the exhibition Kilina Tatyana Alexandrovna.
Tatyana Alexandrovna was born on December 11, 1984 in the city of Mosalsk, Kaluga Region. From 1991 to 2000 she studied at the Mosalsky secondary school, until 2004 - at the Kaluga Regional College of Culture with a degree in Artistic Ceramics, and upon graduation she was qualified as an artist-master with a degree in Decorative and Applied Arts and Crafts. In 2005 - 2010 studied in absentia at the Faculty of Psychology at the Modern Humanitarian Academy and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in psychology, specializing in “Labor Psychology and Organizational Psychology”. In 2012 - 2017 Tatyana Alexandrovna received the qualification of an artist-master with a degree in Decorative and Applied Arts and Crafts at the Gzhel State Art and Industrial Institute (GSU) with a specialization in Art Ceramics. At the same time received additional teacher education. Now she works in Algont CJSC as a designer in the marketing department.
Tatyana Kilina has been participating in ceramics festivals, exhibitions and competitions since 2003. Exhibitions were held in the cities of Kaluga Region - in Kaluga, Mosalsk, Obninsk, and in Moscow, Lipetsk, Serpukhov. In 2017, she became a laureate of the Regional Exhibition and Competition for the Prize named after Athanasius Kulikov.
The artist in his work uses materials of various properties: chamotte, clay, porcelain, earthenware, and various methods of decorating works: painting with underglaze and overglaze paints, decoration using sgraffito technique with engobe, works mainly in the technique of manual molding from plaits, and also applies the technique of plastic molding and molding. Tatyana Aleksandrovna creates decorative-plastic compositions, decorative dishes, tiles, which reflected the lyrical mood of the author, and traditional folk images and forms.
The exhibition presents works by T. A. Kilina, recognized by the jury and awarded with various awards.
The exhibition runs until March 25th.
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