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Paper Ships: Alina Hubarenko

The story of the paper ship on its sea adventures presents the unlikely meeting of a big element and a fragile object, gliding unscathed on the waves. It is a metaphorical description of our lives, where each of us is moving from one wave to another, trying to glide on the surface of reality.

Wave Rider

Oil on canvas, 70 x 50 cm

Let it Drift

Oil on wood panel, 30 x 40 cm

Sail Away

Oil on wood panel, 30 x 40 cm

On the High Seas

Oil on wood panel, 50 cm

Quiet Harbour

Oil on wood panel, 30 x 40 cm


Oil on plywood panel, 31 cm

About Alina Hubarenko:

Hubarenko is a Ukrainian-German artist, born in 1991. She was born in Kyiv and grew up in Germany, near Kassel. She attended the Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture in Ukraine, but switched to a medical university after one year. Nevertheless, she continued self-education in art with the support and knowledge of modern artists. As an emerging professional artist, she paints hyper-realistic seascapes in oil, observing the diversity of waters on her travels to the seaside and bringing the ideas thousands of

kilometers into her studio in Germany. Since 2020, her art has been recognized by galleries and art societies such as the UK's Royal Society of Marine Artists, The Pinacothèque of Luxembourg, the

National Oil and Acrylic Painters' Society of North America, Makowski Gallery in Berlin, Blue Blood Gallery in Prague, Artbox.Projects, World 2.0 and URBANSIDE Gallery in Switzerland.


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