Week #10 Finalist: Elke Reva Sudin

Elke Reva Sudin, Hipster Couple, Hassidic Family
Elke Reva Sudin, Hipster Couple, Hassidic Family

We are glad to announce Elke Reva Sudin as a finalist of The Art Sprinter Emerging Jewish Artists Awards. Together with nine other contest finalists, Undine will exhibit her artworks in One Art Space gallery on June 3, 2015. Also, Elke Reva will be interviewed for the contest’s website and featured in the 2015 Art Sprinter Catalog. Read more

Week #9 Finalist: Undine Brod

Undine Brod, Do You Love Me?
Undine Brod, Do You Love Me?

We are glad to announce Undine Brod as a finalist of The Art Sprinter Emerging Jewish Artists Awards. Together with nine other contest finalists, Undine will exhibit her artworks in One Art Space gallery on June 3, 2015. Also, Undine will be interviewed for the contest’s website and featured in the 2015 Art Sprinter Catalog. If you are interested (or know any artists that might be interested) in submitting artworks for The Art Sprinter Awards, please apply at TheArtSprinter.com/Participate. The deadline for week #10 submissions is Sunday, May 3, 2015. Hurry up, it is your last chance to participate in this year’s contest! Read more

Week #8 Finalist: Nicholas Zalevsky

Morning at a Nursing Home
Nicholas Zalevsky, Morning at a Nursing Home

We are glad to announce Nicholas Zalevsky as a finalist of The Art Sprinter Emerging Jewish Artists Awards. Together with nine other contest finalists, Nicholas will exhibit his artworks in One Art Space gallery on June 3, 2015. Also, Nicholas will be interviewed for the contest’s website and featured in the 2015 Art Sprinter Catalog. If you are interested (or know any artists that might be interested) in submitting artworks for The Art Sprinter Awards, please apply at TheArtSprinter.com/Participate. The deadline for week #9 submissions is Sunday, April 26, 2015.

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Yuliya Lanina: Art Is My Primary Way of Communicating

Yuliya Lanina Artist
Photo credit: Anya Roz

For Moscow-born and New York raised artist Yuliya Lanina, art became a primary way of communicating when her family moved to a new country. She used her creativity to express everything that couldn’t be announced in a new language, and eventually realized that art became an integral part of her life. Nowadays, with a couple of large exhibitions behind her and with her well-defined artistic style, Yulia shares with the Art Sprinter Blog readers a story of her artistic successes and struggles. Read more