A Virtual Studio Visit with Yevgeniya Mikhailik

On April 10, 2013 by Yevgeniya Mikhailik

Artist, Yevgeniya Mikhailik explores the intimate scenes in a child’s dreamland, through watercolors, ink and graphite on clayboard… Mikhailik is still in her MFA education at CSU Long Beach, but she is finishing up her higher education this May with a large installation of proud new work. The show opens May 5th at the Dutzi Gallery at CSULB and will be up through May 9th. Reception is 5-7pm on May 5th. “In a nutshell, the work is about emotional attachment to things and past events, but not necessarily based on any one personal experience,” she says of the new work.

Mikhailik is a regular Rogue Artist in OC, but there are a couple of tiny paintings that have just been sent off to Rome for a show titled “Suggestivism Rome.” For more information on Yevgeniya and her Rome show, please visit Suggestivism Rome. The show is at MondoPop in Rome starting May 4th, and then will travel to Rete Museala in Cosenza, where the museum exhibit “Suggestivism: The New Horizon” will be held June – October.


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