We continue to tell you about our authors whose works we used in our New Year’s Collection. We selected each author only by his work, and then we already knew their stories and once again admired these people! We present you our Collection with Julia Bogun!
We continue to tell you about our authors whose works we used in our New Year’s Collection
We selected each author only by his work, and then we already knew their stories and once again admired these people!
We present you our Collection with Julia Bogun!
Julia does not have an academic art education. But it doesn’t matter when there is such a passion for drawing. She studied everything herself.
Like all our authors, creativity accompanied Julia from childhood.
Trying to sew for the first time at 13 years old according to patterns in the magazine, Julia became interested and began to sew clothes for herself, and then for friends and acquaintances. The clothing was followed by the creation of accessories: brooches, handbags, and even hats.
In parallel, Julia received a doctor’s education and gave birth to twins, which only contributed to new ideas in cutting, knitting, embroidery and appliqués and attracted new orders.
In May 2014, Yulia and her family had to move from their beloved Donetsk to Angrask in the Irkutsk region under the resettlement program of compatriots.
All the needlework accessories collected over the years, even the sewing machine, did not find a place in the luggage, only the most necessary was taken.
At first, in a new place, it was new hobbies that helped Yulia not give up on everyday difficulties. They became modeling from polymer clay and felting from wool.
This side of creative yulina nature can be seen in her second shop https://www.livemaster.ru/julw
But over time, these hobbies ceased to inspire her so much.
In 2016, Julia unexpectedly bought a set of watercolor paints and brushes. Drawing has always been a special passion for the people, but various reasons have prevented him from working more seriously. But this hobby helped her make sketches of clothes and sketches for jewelry and toys.
Then the first seascape was painted based on the work of the French artist Christian Zaber. He reminded Julia of the shores of the Sea of Azov, where she often rested with her family.
Finally, in the spring of 2017, Julia began to paint with oil paints.
Gradually, this hobby replaced all the others.
So the Artist was born)
Over time, her husband Sergei began to help Julia with the manufacture of canvases, so all of her paintings are completely handmade!
Creativity helped Julia to be optimistic about any situation, and in each of her work there is a piece of this cheerfulness and warmth that she is ready to share with you!
We are very happy to work with Julia and are sure that you will appreciate her work!