Female Corporeality and Religion 2023

Online Art Exhibition


A Dreamer

Yaroslava Tkachuk

Original author's technique

Natural textile, linen, ribbon, acrylic, oxidized brass.

60 х 100 сm





Women's dreams differ from men's. This work is about how a female artist imagines women's dreams and about the fact that we should not forget to dream. Dreams are about "butterflies in your stomach", or in your head – they have to be daring, and brave, changing our lives for the better.


Yaroslava Tkachuk

Tkachuk Yaroslava (b.  1981) is a Ukrainian artist working in sacred art. She employs  mixed techniques to create her works: she uses a variety of materials (brass, copper, which, when oxidized, gives an incredible palette, satin white melchior, in combination with wood or thread structures), textures, shades, always relying on the natural properties of a particular material. She believes that due to this material tactility, her works better convey warmth and love, and direct the thoughts of the observer in a positive direction.

She has had more than 10 personal exhibitions in Ukraine and abroad (Poland, USA, etc.), and participated in international projects in the USA, Austria, Germany, Poland, Greece, and France.

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