by Frances Freyberg March 1, 2022
“Blossom by Blossom” – paintings by Inna Cherneykina – are presented in March at the Portola Art Gallery. Although there is no official reception due to COVID-19 security measures, visitors can meet the artist at the gallery on Thursday, March 3, as well as by appointment.
The exhibition features paintings depicting flowers and spring landscapes. Inna explains: “With the awakening of nature, spring brings beauty and joy.
Inna is a painter and 3D game artist. Art for her is an exploration of the complex interplay between the world and the human spirit in its most beautiful form. The still lifes and landscapes she paints reflect this enigmatic entanglement of spirit and reality. They merge the real world, its vision of the world and its emotions animated by beautiful flowers or by magnificent sunsets.
She believes that true art is born from a harmony between vibrant colors, bold light and mysterious nuance captured on canvas in a very personal way. It is his objective in each painting to create this harmony, by seeing the beauty of the world and by mixing his personal vision and his admiration in the right proportions. More information about Inna is available on his site.
The Portola Art Gallery is located at the Allied Arts Guild, 75 Arbor Road, Menlo Park
“Spring Blossom” (8×10″, oil) is one of the works featured in Inna Cherneykina’s March exhibition “Blossom by Blossom” at the Portola ArtGallery.