artist
Daria Panfilova
Symbolism, appeal to pure color and cultural codes of different epochs form the basis of my work.

I was born in Saratov, in the atmosphere of the creative work of Borisov-Musatov, Pavel Kuznetsov. Entered the Bogolyubov Art College. Then there were selective disciplines at the St. Petersburg Academy of Fine Arts named after Repin and, finally, the British Higher School of Design (Moscow)
"For over 10 years, I have been engaged in graphic design for brands and the gaming industry. Design and visual art have never existed on their own in my understanding. Occupation of design nourishes the ideas of painting, painting helps to avoid frontal solutions in design. "
In the art residencies of Paris and Barcelona, I got an interesting experience in preparing expositions. But if we talk about geography, then, of course, the northern countries are closer to me. A significant part of my work is devoted to Arctic subjects.
Symbolism, appeal to pure color and cultural codes of different epochs form the basis of my work.


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Paintings
Polar Facepalm

100 x 100 cm
oil on canvas

Polar Star

60 x 60 cm
oil on canvas

Pink arctic fox

30 x 30 cm
oil on canvas

Arctic fox at dawn

30 x 40 cm
oil on canvas

Arctic fox

50 x 50 cm
oil on canvas

A polar owl in blizzard

50 x 50 cm
oil on canvas

Reflections

60 x 70 cm
oil on canvas

Spring in Arctic

60 x 60 cm
oil on canvas

Kilimanjaro

50 x 60 cm
oil on canvas

Polar bear
40 x 120 cm
oil on canvas

Narwhals

80 x 80 cm
oil on canvas


Climbing the Kilimanjaro

80 x 80 cm
oil on canvas, crushed volcanic lava


London

60 x 90 cm
oil on canvas

Corbiere Lighthouse in Jersey

50x60 cm
oil on canvas

Lighthouse Europe Point

30 x 40 cm
oil on canvas

Noon in Nice

50 x 60 cm
oil on canvas

Kirkjufell

60 x 80 cm
oil on canvas

Skogafoss

60 x 80 cm
oil on canvas

Exhibitions
The exhibition "Polarity" was held in January 2018 in the gallery Exposed (Moscow)
Daria Panfilova
Artist / Designer / Researcher
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