Olga Fedynchuk “Women’s shirt “Grape vine”

£5,000.00

Women’s shirt “Grape vine”
2015; Fabric – linen, mouline threads, technique – crochet (fillet, Irish lace), size – 42 x 44 cm.
Description: women’s shirt is based on the ornaments of the famous Bukovynian master Olena Gasyuk (Bukovynian folk embroidery. Vyzhnytsia: Cheremosh, 2010, p. 78). The ornament is based on a branch of the vine, which is often found in embroidered products in the foothills of Bukovina.

“Gravity”:
Women’s shirts “From my mother’s chest” and “Vine” are closely related to the theme of the exhibition. The pandemic really limited social ties, which affected art in general. However, we had an invaluable opportunity to communicate with our relatives, to trace the relationship of traditions, to feel the power of human attraction. Also, the attraction to Ukrainian traditions – holidays, songs, folk costumes, etc.
Women’s shirts “From my mother’s chest” and “Vine” are made on the basis of traditional Bukovinian and Pokut shirts, which testifies to their connection with modern decorative and applied art of Ukraine.

About artist: Olga Fedinchuk
– Candidate of Art History, Assistant of the Department of Decorative and Applied and Fine Arts of Yuri Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University.
She was born on January 13, 1985 in the village of Old Corners of Kosiv district, Ivano-Frankivsk region.

EDUCATION
2013, April -2018, June – SHEI “Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University”, postgraduate study in the specialty 17.00.06 – decorative and applied arts.
2006, July – 2007, July – Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University, Faculty of Fine and Decorative Arts, specialty: Fine and Decorative Arts, Specialist (diploma with honors).
2004, July – 2006, July – Yuriy Fedkovych Chernivtsi National University, Faculty of Fine and Decorative Arts, specialty: Fine and Decorative Arts, Bachelor (Honors).
2000, July —2004, July – Vyzhnytsia College of Applied Arts named after V.Yu. Skriblyak, specialty: fine arts and drawings, junior specialist.

CREATIVE ACTIVITY
• For the first time made knitted men’s and women’s shirts as separate units. A new interpretation of the traditional shirt worthily complements the outfit of Northern Bukovina in the context of contemporary art throughout Ukraine and continues to develop ancient folk traditions.

Artist’s collections
• Earth Rays Collection
(men’s and women’s shirts)
Fabric – cotton, threads – mouline and polyamide, technique – crochet (fillet),
2018—2020
Abstract: the collection is modeled on the album of the women’s shirt of Borshchiv-Zastavnivsky Transnistria (Women’s shirt of Borshchiv-Zastavnovsky Transnistria. Lviv: Master of Books, 2013, pp. 285-291). Various diamond-shaped, triangular, square elements form a geometric report ornamental composition in dark blue, burgundy, green color.

• Namitka Collection
(men’s, women’s, children’s shirts)
Fabric – cotton, threads – mouline, silk, polyamide, technique – crochet,
2017
Abstract: the collection is made on the basis of a collection of woven “shawls”, “towels” by the famous collector M. Skriblyak. The composition of the ornament is a report in a light color (green-yellow, orange-yellow). Zigzag longitudinal stripes are complemented by lace.

• Bukovynian Nights Collection
(men’s, women’s, children’s shirts)
Fabric – cotton, threads – mouline and polyamide, technique – crochet (fillet),
2016
Abstract: the collection is made on the basis of a woven belt from the village of Sarat, Putilskyi district, Chernivtsi region (property: Ruslana Gerasimyuk). Shirts are decorated with geometric patterns in red, black, blue shades with the addition of “dry gold” (silver polyamide thread), which is typical for Bukovinian embroidery and weaving.

• Collection “From my mother’s chest”
(men’s and women’s shirts)
Fabric – flax with mylar, threads – mouline, technique – crochet (fillet,
Irish lace), 2016
Abstract: the collection is modeled on a woman’s shirt from the village of Stari Kuty, Kosiv district, Ivano-Frankivsk region (property: Anna Nestoruk). The use of different weaves, textures, combinations of geometric and floral ornaments gave the products decorative, artistic and stylistic expressiveness.

• Grape collection
(men’s and women’s shirts)
Fabric – linen, mouline threads, technique – crochet (fillet, Irish lace),
2015
Annotation: the collection is based on the ornaments of the famous Bukovynian master Olena Gasyuk (Bukovynian folk embroidery. Vyzhnytsia: Cheremosh, 2010, p. 78). The ornament is based on a branch of the vine, which is often found in embroidered products in the foothills of Bukovina.

Participation in exhibitions
The creative work is presented at the annual exhibitions of NSU and NSMNMU of Ukraine:

2020 – The exhibition is dedicated to the festival-competition of Ukrainian pop song named after Nazariy Yaremchuk’s “Song will be among us”, Chortkiv.
2017 – XIII exhibition-competition “The best work of the year”, Kyiv.
2017 – Exhibitions of creative works of the winners of the scholarship of the President of Ukraine for young masters of folk art, Kyiv.
2016 – XII exhibition-competition “The best work of the year”, Kyiv.
2016 – Exhibition dedicated to the Day of Bukovina in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, Kyiv.
2015 – XI exhibition-competition “The best work of the year”, Kyiv.
2015 – All-Ukrainian Easter Exhibition of Decorative and Applied Arts “God’s World as Easter”, Odessa. – 2015
2014 – X exhibition-competition “The best work of the year”, Kyiv.
2014 – All-Ukrainian Easter Exhibition of Decorative and Applied Arts “God’s World as Easter”, Mykolaiv.
2014 – All-Ukrainian exhibition dedicated to the Independence Day of Ukraine (all kinds of fine and decorative arts), Kyiv.
2014 – All-Ukrainian exhibition dedicated to the Day of the Artist (all kinds of fine and decorative arts), Kyiv.
2014 – All-Ukrainian “Christmas Exhibition”, Kyiv.
2013 – All-Ukrainian Easter Exhibition of Decorative and Applied Arts “God’s World as Easter”, Mykolaiv.
2013 – IX exhibition-competition “The best work of the year”, Kyiv.

Interviews and presentations
• 2016, May – participation in the exhibition of works of applied art of Bukovyna artists on the day of Bukovyna in the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine.

HONORS
2016 – winner of the scholarship of the President of Ukraine for young masters of folk art.

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