PRLog - Oct. 20, 2012 - Anatole Kolomayets, an artist well established in Chicago and within the international community, will feature a selection of his work in “Art Exhibit by Anatole Kolomayets” which opens November 2, 2012 at 7pm at the Ukrainian National Museum. Viewers will have an opportunity to see the complex, influential, and deeply moving body of work shown in this exhibit. Kolomayets’s style blends both his Ukrainian heritage and his artistic training in Europe. You are invited into the amazing world of color that he creates. Awarded with the prestigious title of “Merited Artist of Ukraine” in 2007. Exhibit continues through November 25, 2012.
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Anatole Kolomayets was born in Ukraine in 1927. He received his training at St. Luke’s Institute (1948 - 1952) and at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts (1952 - 1953), both in Leige, Belgium. Since coming to the United States in 1953, he has resided in Chicago, Illinois. More than four hundred of the artist’s works are in numerous private collections and galleries in Argentina, Australia, Belgium, England, France, the United States, Canada and Ukraine. The artist has had one-man exhibits in Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Washington DC, Philadelphia, Toronto, New York, Los Angeles and Denver. Kolomayets is also one of the co-founders of the Ukrainian Artist’s Group “Monolith”
The Ukrainian National Museum is located in the heart of the Ukrainian Village, at 2249 West Superior Street in Chicago. Hours: Thursday through Sunday, 11 am to 4 pm Admission: Adults $5.00, Children under 12 - Free.
Free Parking is available beside the Museum. For driving instructions, visit the Museum's website at www.ukrainiannationalmuseum.org. For additional information, e-mail info@UkrainianNationalMuseum.org or call (312) 421-8020.
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