The road is one of the main symbols and images of any culture. People believed that the road is endowed with sacred powers, and revered it. The road has long attracted human new features, fresh impressions, alluring change. Therefore, the object of his research, I chose the road. My paintings devoted to the theme of human path. The theme of “the road” is autobiographical for me, because my family moved from the Far East of Russia to America. That is 9,000 miles. During our trip, I saw a lot of roads and I noted the special marks and sights that give a traveler direction. In my artwork, my intent is to depict how in a complex society, people seek are looking to build their own path. My interpretation of the road is the road to the future.
My artwork deals with these ideas through a relationship between the internal and external ways we deal with the world. My paintings reflect upon how people face life’s external rules, direction, and limitation and confront them using their inner freedom. This tension intrigues and fascinates me.
I work with acrylic paint on paper and canvas to transmit my ideas feelings using abstraction. My paintings seek to find a balance between simplicity and depth of thought. I use color to awaken feelings and texture to reference to reality. Also, I use abstracted images of road signs, lines, and tracks to stimulate audience to think about how they build their own direction of life. I ask them: Is it your road or road of your friends, parents? In my never ending journey, I passionately experiment with various art techniques. My process involves the use of energetic and bold strokes to add a masculine theme, which I combine with sensitive feminine details.
For me, it is very important to capture movement in my paintings. I work intuitively, and start my paintings without knowing what the end result will be. An extra layer of paint often dictates the way I develop my work. Ultimately, the work always comes out different than what I imagined at inception.
My art is a dialogue that shares my feelings, thoughts and experiences. I invite the audience to search for new ideas, explore new roads and go beyond the boundaries. My paintings give the viewers the opportunity to find a sense of direction, both in my painting and in their life.
"Tatiana Savchenko acrylics overlay. Marbleize and pulsate toward her paintings, “Letter”, “The Dancing Rose”, “The Prayer” and “The Desire” define an evolution of melding thoughts born of deep hues of blue and caramel. The volcanic movement like lava bursts. Settles. Like an aperture of a lens, her art opens and closes to a new level of awareness. A calm yearning of the senses are seen and not to be seen. A flow of passage to a higher source calls the viewer. Like dew drops on petals that nourish life further her art will grace any wall," James P. Satcher, Critic. Phantom Gallery, L.A., 2013.
"So powerful. So energetic and bold strokes. Combines masculine and feminine qualities I feel. I see nature and passion." Susanne Belcher, abstract mixed media artist. Tarzana, CA.
(b. Komsomolsk on Amur, Russia)
Lives in Los Angeles
2017 CSUN, Los Angeles, CA.
2015 AA, Los Angeles City College, Magna Cum Laude
2017 Dear President: An Art Show about Important American Issues, South Bay Contemporary Gallery, Palos Verdes, CA
The Docent Show, I-5 Gallery. Brewery, Los Angeles, CA
2016 Painting League Exhibition, West Gallery, Northridge, CA
Annual Juried Sculpture Student exhibition, West Gallery, Northridge, CA
Play, LA Municipal Art Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
CSU Summer Arts, The Chancellor’s Gallery, Long Beach, CA
The Summer Art Exhibition, CSUMB, Monterey Bay, CA
California, Phantom Gallery, Hawthorn, CA
Annual Juried Art Student Exhibition, Main Gallery, CSUN, Northridge, CA
Beyond Boundaries, Lark Gallery, Hawthorne, CA
2015 Departures: If I Had a Boat, Ego Fine Art, Redondo Beach, CA
Fin, Ego Fine Art, Redondo Beach, CA
Art Ark, Lark Gallery, West Hollywood, CA
2014 Nature, Human and Urban Joy, Cim Gallery, Anaheim, CA
Life in Colors on Theater Stage, Lark Gallery, West Hollywood, CA
Annual Student Show, LACC, Da Vinchi Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2013 1984, Da Vinchi Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Synthesis, Mkrtchyan Art Gallery, Glendale, CA
Seen and Unseen, Fantom Gallery, Down Town LA, CA
2013-16 Volunteer Lark Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2012-16 Volunteer of art classes, Perish School, Silver Lake, CA
2014 Curatorial: Life in Colors on Theater Stage, Group Show, Lark Gallery, West Hollywood, CA
2010-12 Volunteer of Arts Educational Programs, 826 LA, Echo Park, CA
2017 2th Show case winner, Artslant, USA
2016 Susan Manders Fine Art Scholarship, CSUN, Nothridge, CA
2016 Dean List, CSUN, Los Angeles, CA
2015 President List, Los Angeles City College, CA
2014 TRIO scholarship, Los Angeles City College, CA
2014 Wells Fargo Scholar, Los Angeles, CA
2013 7th Show case winner, with painting “Escape from Dachau”, Artslant, USA
2013 Honorary Mention, Synthesis, Mkrtchyan Art Gallery, Glendale, CA
2012 Louise Snyder Re-Entry scholarship for Women
Catalog, Dear President: an art show about important American issues, South Bay Contemporary, 2017.
Catalog, CSU Summer Arts, 2016. The Chancellor's Gallery,
Series Meetings, Northridge Review, Spring 2016.
Lark Gallery Online Blog, reviews James P. Satcher, Seen and Unseen, June 2013, Los Angeles, CA
Art-to-Art Palette Journal, reviews, Chevalier Tony Clark, CA: West Hollywood, April 2013, Los Angeles, CA