Fanny Rice’s art is inspired and informed by her travels around the globe. Her work, with its fluid and textured movement, is the abstract imprint of the colorful landscapes she has experienced.
Her signature style is immediately recognizable through textures, reliefs created by the layers and glossy nishes that add three-dimension- ality and richness to her work. Acrylic and resin generate a palpable sense of fluidity in her artwork - making her creations both intriguing and mysterious.
Fanny’s approach and her interests are constantly evolving. Currently, she is focusing on themes of purity and calmness and their interplay with the powerful chaos of nature.
FAINA COLLECTION BY VICTORIA YAKUSHA
Clay, felt, wool, wood - the key elements of the artisan ethno-style furniture collection FAINA (“faina” means “beauty/ nesse”) by Ukrainian designer Victoria Yakusha, CEO of the studio Yakusha Design (Ukraine, Kyiv). Ceramics, which is one of the oldest building materials in human history, plays the dominant role in her design conception. FAINA is also very honest and eco-friendly.
“Through FAINA I wanted to show the full strength and depth of the Ukrainian ethnos in a modern interpretation, - noted Victoria Yakusha. - This is just the beginning of our search: a search of our own “face” and place of Ukrainian design in the modern design world. Globalism, individualism and minimalism are the main trends of our present and our future, but in the pursuit of fashion and trends we must not forget of our roots”.
FAINA Collection includes 18 positions: sofa Polonina, armchair Lono, bed Factura, cabinet Pechyvo, table Shchedryy, chair Hilka, floor lamp Pivnich, coffee table Hryb, wash-basin Vulyk, carpet Nich, ets.