Born in Russian
Yulia Shautsukova is a Russian artist who has lived and worked in Hong Kong for the last 10 years. Yulia’s paintings transfer the best of Russian oil painting techniques into modern art. Her work explores the relationship between colours and emotions inspired by the organic forms found in nature. The vibrant colours in her work stimulate the emotions of each viewer to drive their own interpretation creating a unique inner world.
Born in Moscow in 1977, Yulia Shautsukova has developed a deep interest in painting since childhood. She studied art at the Crimean University of Art and further studied at the Russian Academy of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture in Moscow. Yulia travels widely around the world to search for new colours and inspirations. Her paintings are collected by art lovers from many different countries.
Diploma from the Russian Academy of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture in Moscow
Diploma of design from the Crimean University of Art
Russian Culture Festival/ Group Exhibition “Life's What You Make It” 2019 Hong Kong Cultural Centre
Group Exhibition “Art Discovery Bay” 2019 Auberge Hotel Hong Kong
Affordable Art Fair 2019 Hong Kong
Group Exhibition “Northern Splendours” 2019 Hong Kong
Solo Exhibition “The Russian Old New Year Celebration” 2019 Hong Kong
Group Exhibition “Unconfined Space” 2019 Hong Kong
Solo Exhibition “Philosophy of Colours” 2018 Cheer Bell Gallery Hong Kong
Affordable Art Fair 2018 Hong Kong
Asia Contemporary Art Show 2017 Hong Kong