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Purple Night

70 x 60 cm
Oil on canvas, 70*60, 2017

Exclusive Bouquet

70 x 60 cm
Oil on canvas, 70*60, 2017

Evening Waltz

65 x 55 cm
Oil on canvas, 65*55, 2015

Spring Mood

80 x 70 cm
Oil on canvas, 80*70, 2020

Early Spring Morning in the Village

110 x 95 cm
Oil on canvas, 110*95, 2020

Spring 2021

60 x 80 cm
Oil on canvas, 60*80, 2020

My Elusive Princess

80 x 90 cm
Mixed media on canvas, 80*90, 2019

To Prayer

100 x 95 cm
Oil on canvas, 100*95, 2020

Feeling of Spring

70 x 80 cm
Oil on canvas, 70*80, 2020

Cool Spring Morning

90 x 100 cm
Oil on canvas, 90*100, 2020

Bright Mood of a Summer Day

90 x 80 cm
Oil on canvas, 90*80, 2019

Exclusive Gift for the Bride

90 x 80 cm
Oil on canvas, 90*80, 2019

A self-taught artist from Dnepropetrovsk in Ukraine, currently living in  Uzbekistan, Yuriy Grebenyuk is an Artist-painter and Graphic Artist who is a member of the Union of Artists at the Academy of Arts, Uzbekistan.  

Yuriy works with different techniques and art directions, including watercolour, oil, graphics, and avant-garde trends. A recurring theme in his artworks is the focus on illustrations featuring a mixture of nature and flower vases.  

In his pieces, Yuriy enhances the strong dynamism of his composition by employing a broad, sweeping, multi-layered painting style.  

Yuriy believes that colour in its various forms and combination of shades and tones creates harmony similar to the delicacy and subtlety of musical chords. To him, intense colours bring a painting to life and radiate positive energy. As such, he uses a complex colour palette to express his intense internal feelings and temperament. 

Yuriy’s paintings resonate in the hearts of many collectors and art lovers. They are seen in numerous private collections across various countries such as the USA, England, Japan, India, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Spain, China, Greece and more. He has taken part in several national and international exhibitions. He has also held personal exhibitions at the Embassy of Ukraine in the Republic of Uzbekistan and the Memorial House Museum of the Urals Tansykbaev in Tashkent.