Sunset, 2012, Oil on Canvas, 60x80cm
Philippine Music, 2012, Oil on Canvas, 60x80cm
The Secret, 2016, Oil on Canvas, 139x110cm
Early Birds, 2018, Oil on Canvas Panel, 25x30cm
Mid-day Sun, 2017, Oil on Canvas, 40x30cm
Blue Still-life, 2011, Oil on Canvas, 52x42cm
Persimmons, 2011, Oil on Canvas Panel, 53x43cm
Evening Rustle, 2011, Oil on Canvas, 50x60cm
White Birch, 2012, Oil on Canvas, 70x70cm
Stealing Beauty, 2012, Oil on Canvas, 60x80cm
Loud Silence, 2014, Oil on Canvas, 73x92cm
In the Cool Shade of Purple, 2014, Oil on Canvas, 60x80cm
Sensations of Pleasure, 2015, Oil on Canvas, 80x100cm
Pomegranate, 2016, Oil on Canvas, 60x80cm
Follow the Sun, 2016, Oil on Canvas, 60x90cm
Dream of Winter, 2017, Oil on Canvas Panel, 25x30cm
Calmness Before Storm, 2017, Oil on Canvas Panel, 25x30cm
Godrevy, 2017, Oil on Canvas Panel, 25x35cm
Caucasus, 2017, Oil on Canvas Panel, 25x30cm
The Memories, 2017, Oil on Canvas, 30x40cm
Deep Breath, 2017, Oil on Canvas, 40x60cm
Equilibrium, 2016, Oil on Canvas, 60x90cm
Yulia Shautsukova was born in 1977 in Moscow, Russia.
Yulia started painting since she was a girl. Graduated from Art School with honours, she continued her Art education in Crimean University of Art and spent a few years in the south of Russia studying the colours of nature.
After she returned to Moscow, Yulia continued her education at the Russian Academy of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture under the direction of Ilya Glazunov, who is one of the most important figures in the development of Russia Art during the 20th century.
As her studies developed, Yulia attended a number of group student exhibitions. For several years Yulia cooperated with a gallery based in the Central House of Artists in Moscow where admirers discovered her talent.
Yulia has always travelled extensively to search for new colours and inspiration. In 2010 Yulia moved to Asia initially living in Shanghai, then Shenzhen. Currently Yulia lives and works in Hong Kong.
Yulia Shautsukova focuses on oil painting. Her inspiration is taken from nature's organic forms. Yulia has transferred traditional Russian oil painting techniques to modern art. The artist believes that each colour brings out different feelings and uses bright colours in her painting to emanate viewers' emotions and create their own world. Yulia's art is a distance between the real and the imagined. Her signature style are beautiful colours full of life, full of emotions.
Yulia's paintings have been collected by art lovers from different countries: Russia, Austria, America, Japan, China mainland and Hong Kong.
Art School, Nalchik, Russia
Diploma of Design from the Crimean University of Art
Diploma of the History of Painting and Architecture from the Russian Academy of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture, Moscow
2008: Central House of Artists 2008, Moscow, Russia
2009: Central House of Artists 2009 Moscow, Russia
2013: ArtWalk 2013 Hong Kong
2017: Asia Contemporary Art Show, Hong Kong
2018: Affordable Art Fair, HK