Current DisplayLedyard Gallery:
Still Life With Persimmons
Beauty Will Save the World by Tatiana Yanovskaya-Sink
Saturday, March 4 through Wednesday, May 3
The artist writes:
“Painting and drawing help me to reveal and understand who I am.” I can only hope that my paintings appeal to the “eye of the beholder”.
My favorite subject is to paint portraiture with the subtle revelation of the person’s mood and personality. I revere to the beauty of nature and the design that nature offers to us to see. To notice all of these hidden treasures in the obvious is a gift for the artist. My great desire in life is to keep painting and draw and treasure my passion to do so.
I was born in Ukraine, one of the former Soviet Republics. And have lived in Boston since 1990. I have participated in many national and local Competition Juried Shows and my work was shown in several publication like “Art Connoisseur”; American Artist; Plein Air Magazine. I live in Boston and teach oil classes and workshop in the area of South Boston, CT, VT and New Hampshire.
In the summer time I spend in Sunapee NH area where I paint and teach workshops (AVA gallery, Lebanon) for Flower paintings and Portraiture. I am exhibiting my work in many shows and galleries. I am a member of Putney Painter Group which paints with the greatest contemporary masters Richard Schmid and Nancy Guzik.
I love to paint children as long as they can hold the pose. It is amazing experience to capture their personalities and likeness. Painting flowers also resembles with painting portraiture. They have their characters and amazing color hues which only nature can create for us.
Please visit my website at
WWW.TATIANAFINEARTS.COM For the BIO and ART IMAGES
Facebook: Tatiana Yanovskaya-Sink
Display Cases in March:
Cafe Area Case: Howe Library children's Lego Club.
Teen Area Case: A collection of ladies' hats from Sarah Friedman.
Ledyard Gallery in May: The 55+ Art Show.