Posts From the yearly archives: "2014"

Ivan Salevych was born on August 6, 1960 in the Zalishchnyky region of Ukraine, in the village of Kostilnyky, which is now called Vynohradne. In 1981, after completing studies in the School of Applied Arts in Vyzhnyci in the Chernihiv oblast, he went on to study in the Moscow Advanced School of Artistic and Industrial…(Read More)

“Eye of the Beholder” is the show that puts to a test the concept of the French philosopher Maurice Merleau-Ponty about the way the viewers affect perceptions of paintings. This is particularly true in regard to Andrew Charyna’s art. The spectators can simply glide over the surface of the pictures getting sophisticated plays…(Read More)

Natasha Shelokova was born in Ukraine. She has had a fascination with drawing since childhood. Graduated from Kharkiv State University of Construction and Architecture (Ukraine) with degree of Architecture, she has worked as an advertising designer and later as an interior designer. After moving to Canada , and graduating from International Academy of Design and…(Read More)

  The UNF Toronto Branch along with the Ukrainian Canadian Art Foundation (KUMF) invite you to an evening of French inspired Cuisine and Entertainment with a Ukrainian Flair! The Evening Will Feature: Silent Auction & Art Show in support of UNF and KUMF Activities in the community. French Inspired Cuisine & Dinner Entertainment Cabaret Show…(Read More)

  ДВА КРИЛА МИСТЕЦТВА СТАНІСЛАВА ХОМЕНКА Мистецтво завжди було частиною повсякдення для Станіслава Хоменка. Його мати – випускниця текстильного відділу Львівської Аекадемії мистецтва мала дома ткацький станок, на якому з дитинства Хоменко часто експериментував. Тому вступ до художнього училища ім. І.Труша був логічним продовженням інтересу до творення. Згодом символіка і фактура нитки перейде у його…(Read More)

Ihor Kurok was born in France during the Second World War, the son of Ukrainian immigrant parents. Ihor’s father – Ivan, was a celebrated sculptor, covering many styles. Ihor was highly touted footballer, who immigarated to Canada to pursue his career. He paints in mostly oils, in styles ranging from surrealism, portraiture, miniaures to his…(Read More)

DEAR ARTISTS, ART LOVERS and FRIENDS OF KUMF!  As of July 1, 2014, the Canadian Ukrainian Art Foundation/KUMF Gallery has moved to it’s new location: 145 Evans Ave. Suite 101,  Toronto, ON M8Z 5X8 (South of Bloor at the intersection of Islington Ave. and Evans Ave.) Starting in September, all Gallery Exhibitions and…(Read More)

In her third solo exhibition in Toronto the artist states that the soul of a people lies in its art, and the caretakers are the composers, the artists and the spinners of tales. This artist is in a position to view the process of artistic creation from several vantages as she is a professional musician…(Read More)