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Maria Shapranova

Maria Shapranova was born on January 30, 1999 in Mykolaiv. In 2006 she moved with her family to the city of Brovary, Kyiv region. She has studied drawing at the School of Arts. In Brovary she took an active part in public activities. She was a member of the patriotic youth public organization Association of Independent Ukrainian Youth.

In 2016 she entered the National Aviation University. In 2021 she received a master’s degree in architecture and urban planning.

Maria Shapranova

Born
1999
City
Mykolaiv
Catalog
UART 2023
Date of signing
March, 2022

Biography

Maria Shapranova was born on January 30, 1999 in Mykolaiv. In 2006 she moved with her family to the city of Brovary, Kyiv region. She has studied drawing at the School of Arts. In Brovary she took an active part in public activities. She was a member of the patriotic youth public organization Association of Independent Ukrainian Youth.

In 2016 she entered the National Aviation University. In 2021 she received a master’s degree in architecture and urban planning.

Ideas and concepts

She started collaging in 2020 during quarantine, the only way she managed to unleash the emotions that were born as a result of a long stay in a “limited” space. She created her first collages from her old drawings. Then it came to magazines, photographs, objects, etc.

In 2021 she began to discover the world of modern Ukrainian collage. She became a resident of the first modern collage workshop CUTOUT COLLAGE STUDIO.

She is currently engaged in collage, painting and works in the field of architecture and design.

Maria about her work “Before and After”

Before and After, collage, 20x27 cm

Maria about her work “Before and After”

The collage is dedicated to Ukrainian children, whose fate has changed dramatically since the beginning of a full-scale war. In the foreground is a little Ukrainian girl. In the back are destroyed houses. “The sky was red..” – the real words by eyewitnesses of the bombing of cities by the Russian military, which were cut from the newspaper.

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