Goddesses of the Parthenon in the Age of Climate Change, by Yulia Dotsenko, 2020.
The “Goddesses of the Parthenon” and the “Ecstasy of Saint Teresa” are the first in a series of paintings devoted to the theme of climate change and rising sea levels and are part of the project “Sunken Cities 2100”. The project explores the potential effects of global warming, focusing on the problem of melting glaciers, submergence and flooding of coastal land.
Art in the Making: Garden with Foxgloves, by Yulia Dotsenko, 2020.
This work was painted on a computer with a digital pen and fingers, freehand, using traditional oil painting techniques, in layers. Principles of Divisionism and colour theory were used to emphasise the effects of light and the vibration of colours. Short, thick rhythmic strokes of (digital) paint consisting of dots and dashes were applied to capture the essence of the subject and to create a painterly illusion of movement.
Purity, by Yulia Dotsenko, 2020.
This artwork explores the rapid recovery of nature and a significant improvement in air quality in response to a substantial reduction of the carbon footprint due to travel restrictions and the industrial slowdown resulting from the coronavirus pandemic. It expresses the hope that this unprecedented experiment will inspire us to seize the moment and move towards a more sustainable future to flatten the carbon emissions curve and to create a high-quality environment around the world.
OLYMPUS Four Paths To Reach The Gods (TRAILER new 2015)
"OLYMPUS Four Paths to Reach the Gods is a DOCUMENTARY film about OLYMPUS National Park of Greece and four of the most popular paths, through which you can reach the plateau of Mouses and Mitikas summit. Our guides will be different mountaineers every time. Join us to visit the home of the gods and the people who loved this magical mountain."