Colors of Life
Visit the Ukrainian National Museum to experience Elena Diadenko’s solo art exhibition Colors of Life featuring Acrylic, Mixed Media, and Glass Painting. The admission fee is $10.00. Exhibition runs March 4th - March 27th.
Elena has participated in more than 60 art exhibitions including solo and group shows and art fairs in the Chicagoland area. This is her first exhibition at the Ukrainian National Museum. Recently, she is focusing on painting artworks that explore invisible aspects of the spiritual world and our desire to see it. In her glass paintings, she is trying to preserve Ukrainian folk culture using an ancient Ukrainian technique with black outlines. In her acrylic paintings, she combines abstract with figurative styles. Inspiration comes from life around the artist: “The world is so strange, so attractive, so multi-faceted- I can’t help but love it. All that I do, all that I paint, comes out of this love I feel for the world, for all that is alive in this world, for my fellow travelers, and for God.”
Visit the Ukrainian National Museum website for more information!