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WSJ Series on Newspaper by Elena Bulatova

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WSJ Series on Newspaper by Elena Bulatova

Elena Bulatova, originally from Russia now is an international artist who resides in Palm Springs, California, and Las Vegas, NV. Bulatova began painting at a young age, and the arts were an integral part of her childhood. “I really enjoy painting,” Bulatova said. “It gives me an opportunity to meet all kinds of people. I think the main reason is that I want to make something I love. When you love something, you enjoy it and you never work a day in your life.”

Her paintings explode with vibrant colors featuring significant splashes of metallic paint and the use of mixed media. She has enjoyed this past season of art shows because it gave her a chance to interact with potential customers and reveal the motivations behind her work. “I think it’s good to bring a young vibe and something fresh,” said Bulatova.  “All of my work is very bright, very colorful, and very positive. I like to bring energy and positive message in my paintings.”Elena creates her widely collected paintings and sculptures at her studio in Palm Springs, Ca. Bulatova exhibits full-time at her namesake galleries Elena Bulatova Fine Art at City Center Las Vegas, Palm Desert, and Laguna Beach, California. Bulatova’s artistic career catapulted in California putting hundreds of her Abstracts Paintings and her famous sculptures Lollipops and Popsicles  "Sweet Life" series to many important private and public collections around the globe during the last 10 years. Elena’s artworks are now in many private collections in the USA, Canada, Mexico, Australia, and Russia. Elena Bulatova Galleries 2017. She is a recipient of a prestigious Fox fellowship at Yale University, as well as a stipend from the French Government in 2004 and admittance to Science Po.

 WSJ Series on Newspaper

New series on WSJ newspaper with cartoons and superheroes. The choice of superheroes is made due to the fact that any superhero character displays extraordinary powers or abilities, exceptional skills, and/or advanced equipment not available to simple humans. Since the Wall Street Journal reports all the events in the world including negative news that people face, again and again, conflicts, diseases, wars... Globalization brings us together connecting with news instantly like never before facing these threats but we still cannot solve all the problems that our civilization encounters every year. Superheroes possessing supernatural powers give us hope to find solutions and bringing optimism about our future. The dimensions of the framed original artwork 29” by 29”. The dimensions of embellished giclee wrap print 17” by 17". The dimensions of open edition unframed paper print 29” by 29”

 

 

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WSJ Series on Newspaper by Elena Bulatova

Elena Bulatova, originally from Russia now is an international artist who resides in Palm Springs, California, and Las Vegas, NV. Bulatova began painting at a young age, and the arts were an integral part of her childhood. “I really enjoy painting,” Bulatova said. “It gives me an opportunity to meet all kinds of people. I think the main reason is that I want to make something I love. When you love something, you enjoy it and you never work a day in your life.”

Her paintings explode with vibrant colors featuring significant splashes of metallic paint and the use of mixed media. She has enjoyed this past season of art shows because it gave her a chance to interact with potential customers and reveal the motivations behind her work. “I think it’s good to bring a young vibe and something fresh,” said Bulatova.  “All of my work is very bright, very colorful, and very positive. I like to bring energy and positive message in my paintings.”Elena creates her widely collected paintings and sculptures at her studio in Palm Springs, Ca. Bulatova exhibits full-time at her namesake galleries Elena Bulatova Fine Art at City Center Las Vegas, Palm Desert, and Laguna Beach, California. Bulatova’s artistic career catapulted in California putting hundreds of her Abstracts Paintings and her famous sculptures Lollipops and Popsicles  "Sweet Life" series to many important private and public collections around the globe during the last 10 years. Elena’s artworks are now in many private collections in the USA, Canada, Mexico, Australia, and Russia. Elena Bulatova Galleries 2017. She is a recipient of a prestigious Fox fellowship at Yale University, as well as a stipend from the French Government in 2004 and admittance to Science Po.

 WSJ Series on Newspaper

New series on WSJ newspaper with cartoons and superheroes. The choice of superheroes is made due to the fact that any superhero character displays extraordinary powers or abilities, exceptional skills, and/or advanced equipment not available to simple humans. Since the Wall Street Journal reports all the events in the world including negative news that people face, again and again, conflicts, diseases, wars... Globalization brings us together connecting with news instantly like never before facing these threats but we still cannot solve all the problems that our civilization encounters every year. Superheroes possessing supernatural powers give us hope to find solutions and bringing optimism about our future. The dimensions of the framed original artwork 29” by 29”. The dimensions of embellished giclee wrap print 17” by 17". The dimensions of open edition unframed paper print 29” by 29”