About The Artist
Yuri Tayshete (1970, Ichikawa City, Japan) is a self-taught artist who mainly works with oil painting. By applying dynamic brush strokes and fresh colors, Yuri creates intense poetic moments created by means of ordinary subjects. She currently lives and works in New York City.
Yuri’s ultimate goal is in finding harmony in the universe by looking at everyday things that affirm each other. She wants to portray this view of the world through her still life paintings. Her paintings also bring out the dialog between light and shadow; inorganic and organic; and natural and synthetic.
Characteristics of Yuri’s painting such as contemporary aesthetics, minimalism, bold brush strokes, fresh colors, are influenced by her teacher and guide, Karen O’Neil. However, isolated feelings and harmonious connections among the subjects are uniquely her own.
2020 – Solo Exhibition “Things from the First Floor”,
Ninth Street Espresso, NY
2020 – Red Sticker (First Prize) Winner at Student Concours, Art Student League of New York, NY
2020 – CONTEMPORARY ART: 20/20 Vision Exhibition, The Museum of Russian Art, Jersey City, NJ
2019 –15th Annual Juried Small Works Show, 440 Gallery, New York
2019 – Bowery Gallery’s 28th juried exhibition, New York, NY
2019 – Group show, BLUE, 440 Gallery, New York, NY
2019 – Summer Juried Show, Blue Mountain Gallery, New York, NY
2019 – 10th Annual Small Works Show at the Manhattan Borough President’s Office, New York, NY
2018 – Popup Show, New York, NY
2018 – Greenpoint Gallery’s November Double Decker Salon Show, New York, NY
2018 – Student Concours, Art Student League of New York, NY
2018 – [STartUP] Silent Auction, Art Student League of New York, NY
2018 – 9th Annual Small Works Show at the Manhattan Borough President’s Office, New York, NY
2018 – 7th Annual Art Benefit for the Homeless, Grand Central Neighborhood Social Services Corporation, New York, NY
2017 – Student Concours, Art Student League of New York, NY
Art Student League of New York Member
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