Yulia Muravyeva (b. 1980) is an accomplished artist whose creative journey began in Russia during her pursuit of a classical art teaching degree. Her early venture led her to the intricate world of restoring and creating icons and classical paintings. However, in the year 2000, Yulia's path took an unexpected turn as she moved to Amsterdam, Netherlands. As she settled into her new environment, Yulia's fascination with flowers opened the door to a captivating exploration. A local tradition of bringing home a bouquet from weekly grocery shopping initially started as a simple idea of gifting flowers and soon blossomed into the enchanting wildflower landscapes we know today.
Yulia Muravyeva's acrylic painitngs have the enchanting power to transport us to vibrant pastures brimming with delicate wildflowers. Her breathtaking works transmit positive energy and peacefulness. She meticulously layers paint to infuse her vibrant flora with depth, all set against a backdrop of varying hues and shades, insinuating the surrounding. Today, Yulia's floral masterpieces grace the walls of numerous European galleries and are represented at art fairs world-wide.
Yulia Muravyeva's works were displayed at the Toronto Art Fair 2015, Affordable Art Fair in Maastricht in 2015, Hotel Pulitzer in Amsterdam in 2015, Art Copenhagen fair in 2014, not to mention the Berlin Art Week in 2013- among many others.