...The painting is a creation of the world in which “festivity of forms” organizes a harmony of the surfaces.
Fine outlines attract attention with some particular details of vision. All characters of the pictures are out of time.
This is the world of folk pictures and at the same time it is very fastidious in its organization.
This is a feeling of endless frivolity of the forms which inspire sensuality, clarity.
The happy dolls which appeared in their own ideal world.
Julia Fedorova graduated from the Moscow Higher School of Industrial Art (ex., Stroganov.), Department of "Applied graphics" in 1983
Member of the International Organization of Artists (IFA).
1982 Publishing house "Plakat", Moscow
1992 Central House of Artists. Moscow, "Art for life"
1992 Exhibition Hall in Goirle. Holland
1994 Exhibition Hall in Krasnogorsk. Moscow region
1995 Gallery St. Petersburg, Helsinki. Finland
1995-96 "A Woman’s View", World Bank Staff Art Gallery, Washington, DC, USA
1996 Hotel Estrel, Berlin. Germany
1997 Baden-Baden. Germany
1998-99 "Artist’s Eyes". Reutov. Moscow region
1999 Personal exhibition in Goirle. Holland
2000 "Cupid, Aphrodite’s son". Krasnogorsk. Moscow region.
The artworks are in private collections in Russia, Italy, The USA, The Netherlands, Germany, Slovakia, Czech, Finland, Belgium etc. The collection of art works is at Berlin’s Hotel “Estrel”.
Catalogue of the exhibition "A Woman’s View", World Bank Staff Art Society. Washington, DC, USA;
"Brabant News" 02.07.99, "Two artists from Krasnogorsk exhibition in Goirle".