Artist Elena Kourenkova

Stood Up

Elena Kourenkova

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Media Acrylic
Type Figure/Life
Price £690.00 / $912.80
Size 36 x 40 cm
Ref 23814

All is not what it seems II

Elena Kourenkova

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Media Acrylic
Type Figure/Life
Price £890.00 / $1177.38
Size 55 x 55 cm
Ref 23813

Life Is Not About Having Fun

Elena Kourenkova

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Media Oil
Type Figure/Life
Price £890.00 / $1177.38
Size 46 x 50 cm
Ref 23817

"High Maintenance" Does Not Begin To Cover It

Elena Kourenkova

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Media Oil
Type Figure/Life
Price £790.00 / $1045.09
Size 46 x 56 cm
Ref 23818

Never Too Rich or Too Thin

Elena Kourenkova

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Media Oil
Type Figure/Life
Price £1090.00 / $1441.96
Size 52 x 60 cm
Ref 23819

Maybe I Will, Maybe I Won't

Elena Kourenkova

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Media Oil
Type Figure/Life
Price £1290.00 / $1706.54
Size 57 x 68 cm
Ref 22657

Keeping Up Appearances IV

Elena Kourenkova

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Media Oil
Type Landscape/Seascape
Price £850.00 / $1124.47
Size 61 x 57 cm
Ref 22855

Highland Rebel

Elena Kourenkova

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Media Oil
Type Figure/Life
Price £690.00 / $912.80
Size 45 x 45 cm
Ref 23815

You Make My Pants Want to Get Up and Dance

Elena Kourenkova

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Media Oil
Type Figure/Life
Price £990.00 / $1309.67
Size 58 x 58 cm
Ref 23816

Mirror

Elena Kourenkova

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Media Acrylic
Type Figure/Life
Price £590.00 / $780.51
Size 0 x 0 cm
Ref 23202

Keeping Up Appearances III

Elena Kourenkova

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Media Oil
Type Landscape/Seascape
Price £690.00 / $912.80
Size 57 x 56 cm
Ref 22854

Someone Has to Set a Bad Example

Elena Kourenkova

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Media Acrylic
Type Figure/Life
Price £650.00 / $859.89
Size 43 x 48 cm
Ref 23199

All is not what it seems II

Elena Kourenkova

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Media Acrylic
Type Landscape/Seascape
Price £750.00 / $992.18
Size 60 x 60 cm
Ref 22749

All is not what it seems IV

Elena Kourenkova

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Media Acrylic
Type Landscape/Seascape
Price £990.00 / $1309.67
Size 56 x 56 cm
Ref 23033

Born in 1966 in Volgograd (formerly Stalingrad), Russia.

Growing up under the Soviet authoritarian regime, when in order to survive
ordinary Russians had to wear that drab look of obedience and self
suppression, I had always wanted to escape from that total uniformity and
find the way to express my vision in life in a different way, reflecting a
happier, funny side of everyday existence. My characters sometimes seem
emotionally isolated, keeping to themselves, even when they are
clustered in groups, but they are not lacking emotions, they only express
them in their own way. They are content and happy, yet they do not take
themselves too seriously.

Graduated from the Architectural institute in 1988 with a degree and a
diploma in Architecture and Design and a Diploma in technical translating.

Worked as an architect until 1990, when moved from Volgograd to Moscow.
During the years of Perestroika worked as an interior designer, technical
translator and studied arts and drawing.

Awards:
Daler-Rowney front page competition -1-st prize (for Smooth Opereator”, ref 8851)
North Ayrshire Ninth Annual Open Art Exhibition - 1-st prize