About Ulianka



BBC, Curated Place (Spectra Festival); Aberdeen Art Gallery; Aberdeen Maritime Museum; Subsea 7; LV; Alans Magic; Aberdeen First Bus, Dorothy Perkins, Lego



Balmedie Gallery, Cafe Frogmoon, Russian Neon Festival 2019, Jam Awards 2019



Aberdeen Fashion Show - Artist of the year 2019



BBC TV, BBS Radio, STV, Press and Journal, Evening express, Wet Paint Magazine

Meet the artist

Welcome to my world of art. I am an experienced artist and specialize in paintings of all sizes and styles. Whether you commission a portrait, request a wall mural or ask me to paint a subject personal to you, I will use my personal style, with all my artistic experience to craft your artwork to suit your individual needs.



Ulianka was born in St. Petersburg - the cultural heart of Russia. Her passion for art began at an early age and follows her in every part of her life. Her first influences were works of Leonardo Da Vinci, Van Gogh, Monet and many other painters in Saint Petersburgh's national museum - the Hermitage. During her childhood and teenage years she was surrounded by museums, theatres, exhibitions and many other cultural events which imprinted their art flavour on Ulianka's mind. After graduating from Faberge Professional Art College in St. Petersburg as a jeweler and an artist, she then lived in Poland for a few years and explored native customs and arts alongside studying at university to become a Master of Teaching. Now she lives in Aberdeen, Scotland and runs her own business UliankaArty (as seen on TV). Her main artistic expertise is painting murals, animal portraits and nature, face and body art, and sometimes sculpting snow!


In Ulianka's works we see a contrast between big forms and tiny shapes revealing her feeling of controversy about our place in the world as humans and the choices we make. Nature and flowing lines are always present as well as existential thoughts swirling and sculpting Ulianka's mind and moving her hand to express themselves as little curves on her artworks. Having lived in different countries has helped Ulianka familiarize herself with other cultures and develop independent points of view and a fresh look that helps her to create new works. Ulianka's favourite media are body paints, watercolours and acrylics, all quite different, but help take a picture out of a regular canvas to more versatile and expressive art forms.


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