About the autors

 

Mykola Vasiljovich Sirobaba is a Ukrainian artist and master of graphics, was born on April 25, 1944, Mezhyrich village, Sumy region. Graduated from the Kharkiv Art and Industry Institute (1974). Tutors on the main subject are V.Nenado, Jo, Karas, V.Vihtinsky. Member of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine (1983), Honored Artist of Ukraine (1998). People's Artist of Ukraine (2017).
The main works are: Reserve (1987), Zaonizhzhya (1989), Soul pain (1990), Moment and Eternity (1992), Guardian (1997), Love nocturne (2000), Of Chekhov’s Life (2003), A Letter to the childhood (2005), The windows of my memory (2007), Mysterious visions (2008).  

Solo exhibitions:

  • 1985 Hall of the Sumy Region Organization of the Artists Union of Ukraine (catalogue).
  • 1985 Lebedyn Museum of Art.
  • 1989 Hall of the Kursk Region Organization of the Artists Union of the Russian Federation.
  • 1991 Krolevetz House of Culture .
  • 1991 Shostka Exhibition Hall.
  • 1994 Exhibition Hall of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine, Kyiv, (catalogue).
  • 1996 Central House of Artists, Moscow (catalogue).
  • 1998 Myrgorod Museum of Local History.
  • 1999 Arts Development Foundation, Kyiv.
  • 2002 Kharkiv Art Museum.
  • 2004 Artist House of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine, Kyiv.
  • 2005 Museum of the Folk Decorative Art of Ukraine, Kyiv.
  • 2009 Poltava Art Museum.
  • 2013 Ukraine Foundation of Kulture, Kyiv.
  • 2014 Central House of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine, Kyiv.
  • 2016 Municipal Gallery of city Sumy

Master’s works are preserved in the following museums:

  • Direction of the artistic exhibitions of the Ministry of Culture of Ukraine
  • Ivano-Frankivsk Art Museum 
  • Izmail Picture Gallery 
  • T. Shevchenko State Museum and Preserve, Kaniv 
  • Picture Gallery of Vratsa, Bulgaria
  • Kursk Picture Gallery, Russian Federation
  • Kustanaj Art Museum, Kazakhstan
  • Lebedyn Art Museum
  • Luben Museum of Local History
  • Lviv Art Gallery
  • Lviv Museum of History of Religion
  • Modern Art Museum of Ukraine, Kyiv
  • Modern Art Museum of Odesy
  • Myrgorod Museum of Local History
  • National Art Museum of Ukraine, Kyiv
  • Nizhin Museum of Local History
  • Odesa Art Museum
  • Pirjatyn Museum of Local Hidtory
  • Poltava Art Museum
  • Sumy Art Museum
  • Kharkiv Art Museum
  • Kherson Art Museum
  • Khmelnitzk Museum of Art
  • Shostka Museum of Local History
  • Uno-Sakhalin Museum of Art, Russian Federation

The main publications about the creative activity:

  • M. Grytzenko. Desire for Harmony. Fine Arts. 1994 #2
  • L. Ohrimenko. Creative family duo. Ukraine and World Today.1999. July 28.
  • “Labyrinth”, album. Opening article by V. Pidgora. Kyiv, Art, 2000
  • O. Fedoruk. Symbols of the artistic soul of Sirobaba marriage.Ukrainian Culture. 2001. #3
  • O.Fedoruk. Lyric Symbols of Human Being. Fine Arts. 2004. #4
  • L. Bylous. In a creative tandem. Culture and Life. 2005. November 16
  • Soul in a handful of beauty, album. Introduction by V. Sidorenko. Kyiv, Lybid, 2009

Vira Sirobaba-Klymko is a Ukrainian artist, was born on May 8, 1948, Vovnjanka village, Poltava region. Graduated from the Myrgorod ceramic college named autor M. Gogol (1969). Tutors on the main subject are S. Misak, V. Hanko. Is the member of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine (1988), Honored Artist of Ukraine(2002).
The artist works in the field of decorative art (ceramics). The main works are the following:The forest mystery (1987), Ancientness (1991), Distemper (1992), Quite bell of the dew (1995), Divination (1998), In time captivity , tea and dessert kit (2000), Meadow dew, a kit for beer (2002), Roof melody (2002), The legends of the forest (2004), Traveler (2006).

Master’s works are preserved in the following museums:

  • Direction of the artistic exhibitions of the Ministry of Culture of Ukraine
  • Lviv Art Gallery.
  • Myrgorod Museum of Local History.
  • Museum of the Folk Decorative Art of Ukraine, Kyiv.
  • Modern Art Museum of Odesy
  • Odesa Art Museum.
  • Poltava Art Museum.
  • Sumy Art Museum.
  • Kharkiv Art Museum.
  • Chernigiv Art Museum.

Solo exhibitions (together with Mykola Sirobaba):

  • 1994 showroom of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine, Kyiv (catalogue).
  • 1996 Central House of Artists, Moscow (catalogue).
  • 1998 Myrgorod Museum of Local History.
  • 1999 Arts Development Foundation, Kyiv.
  • 2002 Kharkiv Art Museum.
  • 2004 Artist House of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine, Kyiv.
  • 2005 Museum of the Folk Decorative Art of Ukraine, Kyiv.
  • 2009 Poltava Art Museum.
  • 2013 Ukrainian Cultural Foundation, Kyiv.
  • 2014 Central House of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine, Kyiv.
  • 2016 Municipal Gallery of city Sumy.

The main publications about the creative activity:

  • M. Grytzenko. Desire for Harmony. Fine Arts. 1994 #2.
  • L. Ohrimenko. Creative family duo. Ukraine and World Today.1999. July 28.
  • “Labyrinth”, album. Opening article by V. Pidgora. Kyiv, Art, 2000.
  • O. Fedoruk. Symbols of the artistic soul of Sirobaba marriage.Ukrainian Culture. 2001. #3.
  • O.Fedoruk. Lyric Symbols of Human Being. Fine Arts. 2004. #4.
  • L. Bylous. In a creative tandem. Culture and Life. 2005. November 16.
  • Soul in a handful of beauty, album. Introduction by V. Sidorenko. Kyiv, Lybid, 2009.
  • MUZA-UA. Author's project "Dialogue", April, 2014.

 

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