The artists continue to paint on canvas to support the fight and raise awareness against the new type of coronavirus (Covid-19) that surrounds the world and causes tens of thousands of deaths.
According to the information given by the Press and Public Relations Directorate of Near East University, artist Valentina Mukhacheva depicted her feelings on canvas to draw attention to the struggle against the coronavirus (Covid-19), which is spread around the world.
Artist Valentina Mukhacheva stated that being under quarantine due to the pandemic could not deprive them of art and thus she has contributed to raising awareness against the outbreak and depicted her feelings in her paintings. Valentina Mukhacheva called for #evdekal-stayhome underlining that calls and warnings should be considered during this process.
In the statement, it was stated that the artists will support the struggle against the coronavirus with their works they reveal every day for the Cyprus Museum of Modern Arts…
Who is Valentina Mukhacheva?
She was born in 1972 in the city of Tselinograd in the Republic of Kazakhstan. After graduating from high school, she worked as a graphic designer at the Tselinograd Art Fund. In 1997, she graduated from the Department of Painting and Pedagogy of I.D Shadra Art College in Yekaterinburg. She worked as a painting and easel composition teacher at the Children’s Art School; She also worked as an animator in ‘A-Film’ studio. Between 1998-2003, she specialized as a “monumental artist” by studying at the Monumental and Decorative Arts Department of Ural State Architecture and Art Academy. Since 2003, she has been working as an assistant professor of painting and drawing at the Ural State Architecture and Art Academy, Composition and Artistic Preparation Department. She started exhibition activities in 1998. The artist participated in approximately 75 national and international exhibitions and competitions. She held 9 solo exhibitions. She has been a member of the Russian Union of Artists since 2007 and a member of the Ministry of Culture in the Sverdlovsk Region since 2008. Her works are included in private collections in Russia, Kazakhstan, Germany, France and in Russia.