Emiliya Lane

“I’m a mother, an artist, a thinker and a meditator. I am a pragmatic idealist and romantic dreamer. Complex but with simple needs, I am in constant search for balance, beauty and harmony. I’m growing, evolving into my true self more every day….”

Emiliya Lane is a multiple award-winning artist living, painting and teaching in Bellevue, WA. Russian born and trained Emiliya has been constantly surrounded by the visual arts. After a 15-year career in commercial art as animator and Illustrator and earning a Master’s degree in fine art and Art History, she relocated to the United States and continued to improve her painting techniques with such masters as Scott Christensen, Jeremy Lipking, Pam Ingalls, Rob Liberace, Ned Mueller, Jim Lamb, John Bodicin, Ovanes Berberian, Kathryn Stats, Zhaoming Wu, Karen Offutt and Daniel Gerhartz

“As a classically trained painter and art instructor, I depict all subjects with enthusiasm. But what brings me the greatest joy is painting two things: capturing everchanging features of Nature and also an intricate landscape of the human face; where even the slightest change in mood or emotion can have transformational effects.”

Emiliya is a member of Women Painters of Washington and affiliated with Oil Painters of America, Portrait Society of America, American Impressionist Society, Plein Air Painters of Washington and The National Oil and Acrylic Painters Society. She is represented by WPW gallery in Columbia Tower Building in Seattle, and Parklane Gallery.

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