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Four Fashion Seasons

Four Fashion Seasons

Kateryna Metelytsia
Quadriptych "Fashion Seasons": ​ 1 "Spring", 2 "Summer", 3 "Autumn", 4 "Winter"
Oil on 4 equal linen canvases of 9" x 27.5" each  (or 22,86 cm x 70 cm)

Size in total 39.4" x 29.6"  (or 100 x 70 cm)



Location: Kyiv, Ukraine

  • About

    Worked with fashion designer Lilia Poustovit for ELLE magazine project FASHION+ART for the 20th anniversary of Ukrainian Fashion Week.

    Inspired by the changing seasons and our tendency to dress according to the weather, my artwork revolves around the concept of the Four Seasons of Nature. To represent this idea, I divided the painting into four equal canvases, each depicting a different season: Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter.

    For each part of the Artwork, I used different color gamuts wich symbolizing the unique characteristics of each time of year. The prints of Lilia Poustovit collection 2017 were used as decorative elements of fabrics. And I incorporated the architectural elements of both the Old and New city of Kyiv (Ukraine) to symbolize the vibrant and colorful atmosphere that people bring to the streets of these cities.

  • Technique

    The painting was additionally primed with black ground and black imprimatura. Then a layer of oil paints was applied. For the image of the architectural elements, I used the texture paste so these elements on my Artwork are volume. It was interesting for me to connect Four Parts.

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Kateryna Metelytsia is a Ukrainian artist who resides in Leander, Texas, USA. She works on her projects in her studio. In response to high demand, as a practicing artist, she opened her art studio in 2019, welcoming both children and adults to practice and learn drawing. 

With three art degrees and a background encompassing graphic design, art direction, computer game artistry, and art instruction, she brings a wealth of experience to her artistic endeavors.

Currently, she engages in painting, explores diverse techniques and materials, finds joy in her students' achievements, pursues studies in the field of art therapy, and plans to illustrate and publish a series of books featuring her artwork.

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With love from Ukraine
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