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Tatiana Iliina Greenfield Park, Canada

Russian-born Tatiana Iliina lives in Montreal and has sold paintings to collectors all over the world. She works with both abstract and representational compositions, with many pieces falling somewhere in between. Some of Tatiana’s paintings could be interpreted as a landscape or a cityscape, or a non-representational articulation of color, giving the viewer the opportunity to make independent decisions about the work. Her long brushstrokes and painterly style are created using a palette knife, resulting in richly textured canvases. Working in a range of colors from muted grays to bold blues, vibrant purples, and glowing oranges, Tatiana’s portfolio reflects an array of moods while maintaining a focus on her iconic style.

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    About The Artist

    Russian-born Tatiana Iliina lives in Montreal and has sold paintings to collectors all over the world. She works with both abstract and representational compositions, with many pieces falling somewhere in between. Some of Tatiana’s paintings could be interpreted as a landscape or a cityscape, or a non-representational articulation of color, giving the viewer the opportunity to make independent decisions about the work. Her long brushstrokes and painterly style are created using a palette knife, resulting in richly textured canvases. Working in a range of colors from muted grays to bold blues, vibrant purples, and glowing oranges, Tatiana’s portfolio reflects an array of moods while maintaining a focus on her iconic style.

    Artist Statement

    I developed a love of art early in life and it has flourished with time and come to encompass all areas of my life. The common thread, my passion, is to seek out the beauty and the joy in all things and bring it to life for people to enjoy. Art is a gift that has been given to me to share.

    I was born in Russia and grew up near St. Petersburg, then known as Leningrad. I earned a Master of Arts degree at the Stieglitz St. Petersburg State Academy of Art and Industry.

    I have now lived in Montreal over 15 years and have been very successful selling my paintings to collectors all over the world. I have also created monumental works in downtown Montréal and as far away as Ontario and Russia, and have participated in numerous exhibitions throughout my career.

    When I was a young student in St. Petersburg, Russia, I was inspired and undeniably influenced by the artwork I would see around me, such as the treasures of the Hermitage Museum. Whether Monet, Kandinsky, Aivazovsky and Andrei Rublev, the great medieval icon painter, all made their impressions on me and nurtured my dreams.

    I couldn't possibly have realized what momentous events would take place in the world and my life during the years to come... that I would go on to live and raise a family in Canada, have a million views on Youtube, and have my paintings hanging in collections all over the planet!

    I would like to offer my heartfelt thanks to all my collectors and customers for their support and encouragement over the years!

    Artist Background

    Stieglitz St. Petersburg State Academy of Art and Industry
    Master of Arts, 1986

    Hear What Collectors Say About Tatiana's Work

    commentsRustic River
    T Cool purchased this artwork. 11/11/2017 | 12:21 PM

    Tatiana- beautiful artwork, even more stunning when viewing. Colors are fantastic, stroke texture amazing, and get a true feeling of 3D depth when viewing. tom c

    Tatiana Iliina 11/13/2016 | 4:06 PM

    Hi, Thanks so much for your purchase and kind comment!

    commentsWoodland Breezes
    K Harrison purchased this artwork. 11/10/2016 | 10:43 AM

    Tatiana, your painting is wonderful! I took it to the framers and she also kept commenting how wonderful your painting was.

    Tatiana Iliina 2/11/2016 | 12:43 PM

    Hi, thanks for the great comment!

    commentsChipmunk Playground
    I Mcdougall purchased this artwork. 1/7/2016 | 7:33 PM

    I love the energy in this painting - it does seem like a playground. The opposite colors and the skillful use of color on the tree trunks and the textural brush (or knife) strokes look like fun, play. This painting makes me smile.

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