Artists of Ukraine. Ruslana Anichina
Artists of Ukraine. Ruslana Anichina
Ruslana Anichina, illustration (fragment). Moomins, based on Tove Jansson's Moomin trolls creations.
Artists of Ukraine. Ruslana Anichina

Ruslana Anichina lives in Poltava, Ukraine. Below are her illustrations for a book of Moomins, based on Tove Jansson’s Moomin trolls creations. In addition to illustration, Ruslana is known for her painting, graphics, and computer design. Numerous exhibitions of her work took place in Poltava and other Ukrainian cities. Despite the obvious danger, Ruslana stays in her native city.

About the Author:

Ruslana Anichina
Ruslana Anichina
Poltava, Ukraine

Born in 1968, Ruslana Anichina studied at Poltava Technical University (Faculty of Architecture). She participated in numerous exhibitions including one-woman shows. Her paintings and drawings are in many collections, such as Poltava Art Museum, Abazov Museum of Local Lore, Literary and Memorial Museum of I.P. Kotlyarevsky, as well as in private collections in the United States, Sweden, Germany, Latvia, Lithuania, Croatia, Spain. In 2015, she was awarded a Kaunas Seimas diploma for the promotion of Ukrainian culture in Lithuania. She was a winner of the city award named after I. G. Korolenko (2018). In 2021, she was a laureate of the International Triennial “At the Edge of Grey Pearls” as part of the all-Ukrainian creative project of the competition “ART-NOVA”.

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