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"Hello, my name is Zhanna Shomakhova. I am a Russian born artist currently living in Vancouver, Canada. My art works are reflections of my thoughts, emotions, memories, and the objects that I see every day. I am inspired by everything around me: people and their stories, nature and its unpredictability, objects and their mystery.
I primarily paint in acrylics and mixed media and I mainly use bright colours since the energy of colour is of great importance to me. Another important part of my work is texture – it allows me to capture and express a certain intrigue, sophistication, or even mysticism contained in simple and familiar objects.
I want my art works to be a source of positive and inspiring energy helping people to enjoy and celebrate life.
Zhanna Shomakhova was born in Nalchik, North Caucasus, Russia. At the age of 6 she started taking drawing and painting lessons at the Arts school in Nalchik. She studied painting at the College of Arts in Vladikavkaz and later graduated from the Ekaterinburg State Pedagogical University with a degree in Education. Throughout her career, Zhanna participated in numerous exhibitions; her paintings and drawings are kept in private collections in Switzerland, England, Germany, Thailand, Denmark, USA and Canada.
2018 - Solo exhibition "Motion", Place des Arts, Coquitlam, BC
2017 - Solo exhibition "Motion", Michael Wright Art Gallery, Port Coquitlam, BC
2016 - Group exhibition “Art Party!”, Seymour Art Gallery, North Vancouver, BC
2015 - Solo exhibition, Madina Saral'p Art Centre, Nalchik, Russia
2014 - Solo exhibition, MSK Eastside Gallery
2014 - Seymour Art Gallery, North Vancouver
2013 - 2nd Fraser Valley Regional Biennale
2013 - Deer Lake Gallery
2008 - Solo exhibition, College of Design