ARTIST
ELENA CHURILOVA
Portraits, landscapes, still life
in charcoal, pastel and oil
TEL. (+61) 04-2344-5741

Inspiration
Sketches and Portraits
Coming Events
My art is strongly influenced by my cultural background, and is based on classical drawing techniques developed and honed in a traditional Russian School of Art.
My preference is to draw from life -
portraits, still life, and plein air landscapes/seascapes -  with my preferred mediums being
 oil, pastel and watercolour. 
I am regularly approached to undertake commissions for private portraits, and to date have completed literally hundreds of sketches.

Nowadays, when so many artists simply rely on copying static images and photographs, I am proud to demonstrate my creativity, imagination and technical skills in drawing from life freehand!
I am delighted to announce that my solo exhibition Overture is on show at Emerald Art Gallery from 5 February till 9 March 2019. Free admission.
Opening night - 22 February (Friday) 6:00 pm.
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One day oil painting workshop is scheduled for 23 February 2019 (Saturday) at Emerald Art Gallery. Time to be confirmed.
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I teach regular workshops at Rockhampton Art Gallery:
A short course Art and Science will include four workshops in various media (pencil, watercolour, pastel and oil) held every Tuesday between 19 February and 12 March 2019.
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Selected range of paintings is on display and available for purchase through Mi Art shop of art supplies on East Street, Rockhampton.
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Recent Events
Exhibitions:
- My painting "Shadows Disappear at Noon" was announced the winner in the 'Shadows' category at the Brigalow Arts Festival in Biloela (the exhibition is running until 14th November 2018).

- My painting "Song of the Dunes" won the First Prize in Category "Works on paper" at 2018 Emerald Art Show 14 July-24 August 2018, in Emerald, Queensland. 

- My painting "Gone Fishing" won the top award "Best Overall Painting" at the 42nd Annual Art Competition and Exhibition (25-27 May 2018) in Blackwater, Queensland.