Lena Kolambet was born in Kyiv, Ukraine.
Lena graduated from the Lviv Polytechnic University.
She studied painting under the supervision of Valentin Barskov, a talented artist and a teacher of the Odessa Grekov Art School. Additionally, Lena completed the course “Design-methodology. Inspiration management” taught by Saint Petersburg State University .
In her works, Lena depicts an inner world of a person, his hopes and thoughts in the context of the problems of all humankind.
Her paintings present a unique combination of abstract, figurative forms and drawing with elements of surrealism. She focuses mainly on human nature, woman’s nature in particular. Her pieces are created spontaneously, she is led by emotions and everyday observation. Images of women are subtle and feminine, her subjects are often nude and vulnerable.
The combination of illustrative and abstract styles gives her work a dreamy quality and transports our imagination into a whole other world. For greater expressiveness, she uses a mixed technique of painting with acrylic, pastel, ink, and oil.
Currently, I live and work in Seville, Spain
2013 - Lena became the laureate in the nomination of fine art at the international contest "Music of the sunny city" held in Odesa, Ukraine.
2016 - She took the 1st prize at the All-Ukrainian Art Contest in the nomination "Experimental Painting" held in Kyiv, Ukraine.
2017 - Lena participated in the international art symposium “World Federation of Zervas Art” held in Mykonos, Greece.
2010-2022 - She has held 10 solo exhibitions in Ukraine. She participated in numerous art group exhibitions in Ukraine, Greece, Italy, France, Canada.
Most recent group exhibitions:
2022 - Art gallery “ArtOdesa” Odesa, Ukraine.
2022-Art Gallery “Dialogs”, Odesa, Ukraine
2021--Museum of Kyiv, Kyiv, Ukraine
2021-Grey Cube Gallery, Texas, USA
2021-Art Room Gallery Online, Serbia
2020- Bougie Art Gallery, Toronto, Canada
2020- Musa international in Palazzo Velli Expo, Roma, Italy
2020- Art-Ego Gallery, Kyiv, Ukraine
2020- Musee de Peinture de Saint-Frajou, France
2020-Underground Art Gallery, Odesa, Ukraine