About Tetyana Tsaryk


Tetyana Tsaryk was born in 1969, in a quaint little Ukrainian town,

Chernivtsi, at the crossroads of Ukrainian, Austrian, Romanian, Jewish and many other cultures.

Once she got her Degree at the Fine Arts School in native Chernivtsi, Tetyana moved to tiny

Kosiv, deep in the Carpathian mountains to study at the local College of Applied Arts.
After her graduation, she journeyed to Mykolayiv city to study in the atelier of the prominent Ukrainian artist Mykhailo Ozernyy, winner of the T. Shevchencko Prize, the most important award in Ukraine for liberal arts. Under the leadership of this prominent artist and in collaboration with her husband Andriy Ozernyy Tetyana worked in the ceramic panneau commissioned by the Ukrainian Theatre in Mykolayiv, where it is exhibited till now. Afterwards she returned back to her native Chernivtsi.
Until 2001 Tetyana could have been found there, painting, working as a designer for an advertising company “Univers LTD”, teaching kids at the Chernivtsi Arts School and exhibiting her work part, some of which was sold and other was donated.

From 2000 Tanya is a Member of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine.

In 2001 Tanya moved to Ireland.

2002-2011 Graphics and paintings in The Oriel Gallery. Dublin.

2002-2011 Suite of two dimensional visual works. The Green Gallery, Dublin.

2008-2010 Selling paintings and graphics at The View Gallery. Dublin

2002-2004 Selling paintings in The Sandford Gallery. Dublin.

2007 November auction. Morgan O`Drisoll Fine Art & Antiques. Cork.

2002-2009 Selling paintings in James Adam Sale Rooms. Dublin.

2002-2009 Selling paintings at the Mullens Laurel Park Irish Art Auctioneers. Dublin.

2002-2004 Art in Action Festival on the grounds of Townley Hall, Slane, Co. Meath.

2011 Saturday Art School. O`Connell`s Secondary School. Art Teacher.

2011 Centre of Russian Language and Culture – Inspiration. Muckross

park. Art Teacher.

October 2010 – Cover illustration for book “Miracle” by Olga Tolmacheva. “Izvestiya” Edition. Moscow. Russia

September 2010 - Group exhibition “Dublin In The Rare Old Times” at The View Gallery. Eamon Dun football comentator opened the exhibition.

January 2010 – finalist to The Annya Sand Prize at The Russian Art Fair in London.

10th December 2009 - Group exhibition organized by Ercus Stewart S.C. and Valerie Burris at the Law Library, Distillery Building. 30% from sales were donated to Irish Educational Trust School Project and Nepal Cerebral Palsy School. Exhibition was launched by the principal of Alexandra College Marian Healy.

10th December 2008 – Group exhibition organized by Ercus Stewart S.C. and Valerie Bruce at the Law Library, Distillery Building. 30% from sales were donated to Irish Educational Trust School Project and Nepal Cerebral Palsy School.

21st October 2008 – Exhibition of Mark Baker and Tetyana Tsaryk. The View Gallery. Dublin. Martin Cullen TD. Minister for Arts, Sport and Tourism opened the exhibition.

6th September 2008 Tetyana participated in the L’ECOLE DE PARIS 1905-1939 Central European – Russian Art Exhibition at The Mitofsky Antiques Art Deco Modernism Gallery. Dublin.

19th September 2008 – Exhibition in the programme of the Ukrainian Film Festival which was presented in collaboration with the Irish Film Institute and with assistance of The Embassy of Ukraine in Ireland. Dublin.

5th December 2007 - Exhibition organized by Ercus Stewart S.C. and Valerie Bruce at the Law Library, Distillery Building. 25% from sales were donated to Irish Educational Trust School Project and Nepal Cerebral Palsy School. The exhibition was opened by art historian Patricia McCarthy, INET Patron Dawson Stelfox MBE and Ercus Stewart S.C.

27th June 2007 – Exhibition of Tetyana Tsaryk and Andriy Ozernyy at The Green Gallery in association with The Embassy of Ukraine in Ireland.

6th December 2006 - Two Man Exhibition with Andriy Ozernyy at the Law Library. 33% of all proceeds from sales donated to Irish Nepalese Educational Trust School Project.

26th April 2006 Exhibition at Triskel Arts Centre organized by the Greater Chernobyl Cause and The Embassy of Ukraine in Ireland to commemorate the 20th anniversary of Chernobyl disaster. Cork.

5th September 2006 To mark the 15th Anniversary of the Independence of Ukraine, the Embassy of Ukraine in Ireland and Iryna Yefremova Charge d’Affaires a.i. organized the exhibition “Ireland through the Eyes of Ukrainian Artists” at the Bank of Ireland. Rita Hughes Director of Hughes and Hughes Booksellers opened the exhibition.

7th December 2005 - Exhibition at the Law Library, opened by Ercus Stewart S.C. 33% of sales donated to the Chernobyl Children’s Project International.

2005 - Graphics cards commissioned by Four Courts. Dublin.

2004 – Andriy and Tanya had painted 16 pictures commissioned by Quick Brown Fox Design Agency for the new interior of the St. Anne’s Golf Club, where they are currently on display.

31st March 2004 - Exhibition with assistance of the Embassy of Ukraine in Ireland at American College, Oscar Wilde House. H.E. Mr.Yevhen Pereligin the Ambassador of Ukraine to Ireland launched the exhibition and presented the picture of Oscar Wilde House to Dr. Donald E. Ross President of the American College.

2004 - Exhibition of ceramics and paintings at the V. Ivasuk’s Memorial Museum, Chernivtsi, Ukraine.

September 2003 - Two Man Exhibition with Andriy Ozernyy at The Green Gallery was opened by Ercus Stewart S.C. Adi Roche visited the exhibition. The Honoured Council of Ukraine Rory McCabe and Second Secretary of the Embassy of Ukraine in Ireland attended the opening night. 50% of sales donated to the Chernobyl Children’s Project International.

1st December 2003, Andriy and Tetyana participated in Christmas exhibition at the Oriel Gallery opened by Government Chief Whip, Minister, Ms. Mary Hanafin.

2000 – 2001 Chernivtsi Art School. Ukraine. Art teacher.

2000 – “Premonition”- an exhibition of ceramics and paintings. The Griffon Gallery. Kiev. Ukraine.

2000 – Candidate exhibition. Chernivtsi Gallery of National Union of Artists of Ukraine.

2000 – National Yang Artists Exhibition. Kiev.

2000 – Cover illustration and suite of ink drawings for “Temptation of the White Desert” 15th book of poems, bibliography and archives by T. Severnyuk.

2000 – Poster for V. Ivasyuk’s Memorial Museum.

2000 – Cover illustration for “Monologue in front of my son’s face”, first edition of M. Ivasyuk’s last book.

1999 – Applied Arts National Christmas Salon. Kiev.

1999 – National Exhibition “Picturesque Ukraine”. Khmelnytsky.

1999 – National Exhibition “Picturesque Ukraine”. Kiev.

1999 – National Arts Exhibition Commemoration of Taras Shevchenko’s 185 anniversary. Kiev.

1999 – Two-man exhibition with Natalia Yarmolchuck. “Allegro of Blue Garden.” Chernivtsi Organisation of Ukrainian Fund of Culture.

1998 - National Exhibition “Picturesque Ukraine”. Luhansk.

1998 – National Arts Exhibition “Halych 1100”.Ivano-Frankivsk.

1998 – Applied Arts National Christmas Salon. Kiev.

1997 – National Exhibition “Picturesque Ukraine”. Kherson.

1997 – Applied Arts National Christmas Salon. Kiev.

1996 – National Arts Exhibition. Autumn Salon. Kiev.

1996 – 2001 - Univers LTD Advertising Company. Designer. Chernivtsi.

1993 – Applied Arts National Christmas Salon. Kiev.

1993 – Two man exhibition “Unusual Glance” with Andriy Ozernyy. Local History Museum. Chernivtsi.

1989-1991 – Chernivtsi Art Productive Complex. Ukraine. Ceramist

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9. Q: I am an artist, can I display my paintings in the Green Gallery?

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If you’re not completely happy with your artwork, you have 14 days from the date you received the piece to request a replacement or refund. You’ll need to adhere to the following:

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