Yulia Latysheva was born in Potsdam, Germany in 1975, and has lived across the Russia and the United States. She currently resides in Samara, Russia.
She chose a Samara State Pedagogical University to achieve her degree in Speech Therapy and Child Psychology. Yet art has always been in her mind. So, when in 2000 she moved to the United States she began taking art and design classes in the NOVA and in the Lassie Corbett’s watercolor studio “Place to paint”.
Working in graphic and web design during the following 15 years she got back to the painting in 2018. She graduated from the Quadro School of Contemporary Art in her home city of Samara in 2020.
Yulia is a member of an International Federation of Artists and an Artist’s Union of Russia.
She is a multimedia artist who loves to experiment. Her favorite media is acrylic, but she also loves watercolor and oil pastels. Her art reflects her interest in human psychology, the way people interact, feel and affect each other. Yulia bases her paintings on the emotion she’s feeling. Rather than attempting to create a realistic interpretation of the subject matter she focuses on revealing the expressive elements of colors, light and texture.
"Quadro” School of contemporary art, Samara, Russia
2018 - 2020
Art School, Classical Studies, Samara, Russia
NOVA (Northern Virginia Community College), Art and Design study, USA
Samara State Pedagogical University, Russia, degree in Speech Therapy and Child Psychology
2020 – «Spectral blue», Evropa Gallery, Samara, Russia
2020 – «Red exhibition», Evropa Gallery, Samara, Russia
2020 – «Black on white, white on black», Evropa Gallery, Samara, Russia
2020 - Victoria Gallery, “New artists,” Samara, Russia
2020 – «Green Line», Evropa Gallery, Samara, Russia
2019 – «Light Objects», Victoria Gallery, Samara, Russia
2019 - Samara Regional History Museum, “20 years. Results”, as part of the anniversary of the national Artist’s Union of Russia, Samara, Russia
2019 - Victoria Gallery, “20 years. Results”, Novokuibyshevsk, Russia
2019 - Victoria Gallery, “New artists,” Samara, Russia
“20 years. Results” . Artist’s book, limited edition of 300, August 2019. Pages 144-145.
Artworks are held in private collections across Russia and the United States