Artist Profile: Lena Ritchie / Lena Ritchie Art

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Artist Profile: Lena Ritchie / Lena Ritchie Art

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About: Acrylic and oil paints are my favorite mediums to paint landscapes,
portraits and still life.

I enjoy seeking out the beauty in light and dark aspects of life
around me. I have a unique way of perceiving nature, and it fills me
with joy to help others find happiness in seeing the wonderful world
around them through my art.

Lena Ritchie is a modern impressionism artist who is focused on
landscape, portrait and still life paintings with acrylic and oil

She was born in Kiev, Ukraine, a 4th generation family of artists. Art
surrounded her from the day she was born, and she attended an
independent impressionism art academy “Svitlo” for 10 years. At the
early age of twelve, she was successfully selling her own landscape
watercolor paintings. She participated in multiple group exhibitions
and live painting shows. Was awarded 1st place at a State High school
competition “Seven Colors of Rainbow”.






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