My pictorial language is like a woven carpet, an allegory of the passing of time. —Varvara Vyborova
Chromatically light, Varvara Vyborova's works exude a very bright, effortless, youthful mood. Her style is characterized by spontaneous, heavily impastoed brushstrokes, reminiscent of late Claude Monet and Post-Impressionist tradition. The resulting original texture is employed in the service of light and colour creating a real bounty of sensory splendour.
Varvara Vyborova was born in Minsk, Belorus, to a family of artists and considers her father to be her first art teacher who laid the foundation for her successful career. She has been painting seriously since the age of 13 and like many other artists that we represent has graduated from the Imperial Academy of Arts in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Since then, Varvara Vyborova has held exhibitions in museums and galleries in Russia, Belarus, United Kingdom and Italy.
Spontaneity, freshness and authenticity are the key factors that make Varvara's artworks so sought after by collectors around the world.
Photo: © Valeria Privalikhina