Edita Ter-Balyan was born in 1988 in the city of Leningrad. In 2005 she graduated from the St. Petersburg Art and Aesthetic Lyceum, after which she entered the International Higher School of Management. The artist performs her works in watercolour, oil and pastels technique. She works in various genres and directions. The paintings were presented as lots in the auction house "Tea at the Dacha" and in the auction house "Artefact" (Moscow).
Edita participated in more than 20 group and solo exhibitions. The artist artworks are in private collections around the world. She is:
Member of the Professional Union of Artists of Russia;
Member of the Creative Union of Artists of Russia;
Member of the International Federation of Artists.
It should be noted that after going a long way to search for her artistic language, the artist formed a philosophy that is embedded in each picture. Edita is better known as an animal painter; however, she also loves the portrait and landscape lyrics genre. A distinctive feature of her work is psychologism, which is filled with her work and the ability to convey strong positive energy - this is noted by gallery owners, collectors, critics and just art lovers.
He lives and works in Moscow.
Participant of the Russian Art Week 2010
Participant of the annual project “Russian Art”
Personal exhibition in the gallery "ArtClass" MOD Design, 2013
The participant of the annual art salon CHA
Personal exhibition "Miracle in feathers" in the art gallery "Dacha"
Participant of the Art Week in Florence, 2014
Participant of the exhibition of women's art group in the art gallery "Dacha", 2015
Exhibition of Painting in Crocus City, 2015
Art project "Let's Rock!", Club Veritas, 2015
III International Contemporary Art Fair "ArtExpoSPb 2016"
I-Gallery "Theater sur papier", Paris, 2017
Exhibition of the group of artists AlterEgo, Central House of Artists, 2019
Exhibition of the Union of Artists, Gazprombank, 2019
Participant of the first exhibition of the National Union of Pastelists, 2019
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