Jurij Grigorovic (Ukraine)

Jurij was born in Kazakhstan in 1962. He spent his childhood in the historic town of Izmail in southwestern Ukraine. Yurij enrolled at Makhachala Art College, Dagestan and held his first exhibition there three years later. From 1984 to 1990 Jurij studied at the State Institute of Cinema (VGIK) in Moscow with ambitions of entering the film industry. He qualified in 1990 as a Production Designer. By this time his work had already appeared in four major exhibitions.

Many years Jurij lived and worked in Lithuania. His paintings appeared in many prestigious international exhibitions. In 1996 Jurij’s work was awarded third prize at an exhibition in the Design Museum, London.

These days he lives in Kiev, Ukraine, where successfully continues working as a film set designer and creating his amazing paintings between the projects.

To date Yurji has designed sets for 19 films and has continued his career as a painter. His work has now appeared in thirty exhibitions, including 12 solo, in Lithuania, Ukraine, Russia, Canada, Germany, the United States, France, the United Kingdom, Sweden, Finland, Holland, Morocco, Belorussia and Poland.

Jurij’s work is not easily classified. It pushes the boundaries of post-modernism. His art is characterised by deep attention to, and understanding of, the material life form; there is a strong spiritual sense to his work, even in his most abstract paintings. His imagination is boundless as is his ability to convey his feelings and observations in ways that resonate with his audience.

Natalia Ryss (Israel)

Natalia was born in souther part of Russia in Rostov-on-Don. There she got her degree in design in 1988 and entered an Art Faculty of

Art as in artist-director of animation film, VGIK ( All-Russian University of Cinematography, masterful by S. M. Sokolov) Moscow.

For many years Natalia lives and works in Israel. She paints and draw, and takes part in different exhibitions between making films (some paintings are in private collections of different countries).

Diploma “For innovative style” in Suzdal-2012, Russia

Prize "The best animator", festival "Golden fish" – Anapa 2009, Russia.

Prize "Silver boat" from the festival "Okno v Evropu", Vyborg-2006, Russia,

Diploma for debut in the festival in Suzdal-2006 from Alexandr Tatarsky, Russia.


Autumn on the Thames Embankment.

Jurij Grigorovic. 90 x 120 cm,

oil, canvas. Not framed.

Little Storm.

Jurij Grigorovic. 30 x 40 cm,

oil, canvas. Framed.


Natalia Ryss. 70 x 80,

oil, canvas. Not framed.


Liubov Abramova (Belorus)

Watercolour, paper. SOLD

Love Spring (I)

Hrayr Karapetian (Armenia),

Oil, canvas. 55 x 70 cm. Framed.

Little Pond.

Jurij Grigorovic (Ukraine)

Oil, canvas. 50 x 70 cm. Framed.