Donated by: Coldwell Banker Ronan Realty Brokerage
Location: Dufferin County Museum & Archives
936029 Airport Road, Mulmur
Hickstead was a collaboration of two professional fine art painters and OCAD University graduates. The artists used the horse as a metaphorical canvas to combine the symbolisms of the horse’s body with the Canadian landscape. Good land brings good horses and their intent was to give way to interpretation of the Canadian horse as a spiritual landscape of itself.
About the artists:
Kyryl Volovik is a professional contemporary painter working with the canons and principles of traditional realist oil painting. Kyryl’s visual repertoire spans a variety of subject matter. From still life to portraiture, wildlife and figurative work, his forte remains to be landscape. Once graduated from OCAD University his work has been displayed in many group shows in Toronto Galleries such as Artworld Fine Art, Gallery 1313 and the Mercedes-Benz Corporate Office in Mississauga. He continues to broaden his body of work through both commissions and personal work to contribute his insights to the world of fine art.
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Kseniya Soldatenko is a professional artist working in pastel and oil mediums. She is currently working with equestrian portraiture and developing a fresh style with her vivid interpretation. Kseniya is an OCAD University graduate from the Drawing & Painting program and is currently an art instructor at an Art Studio in Aurora, Ontario. Kseniya has been invited to display her work in galleries and fundraiser events in both Markham and Richmond Hill galleries. Furthermore, her work has been shown all around the York Region District and has gained rewards and recognition in juried shows, received numerous nominations and first places, with an addition of a sold out juried show. Kseniya continues to accept and take on numerous commissions and further develops her compelling style in the field of equestrian art.
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