Andrii Kateryniuk is Ukrainian representational artist, currently based in Florence, Italy. He was born in 1994 in Ukraine. He studied art from childhood. After graduating from art school he studied classical painting at the Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture in Kyiv, Ukraine, where he learned classical painting, drawing and composition. In 2018 he moved to Florence to continue his artistic endeavors in the atmosphere of art of the Italian Renaissance.
Andrii takes inspiration from the the world around him, traveling, events, and moments from everyday life. Painting for him is a tool for exploring the world. In his artworks, he finds a balance between traditional artistic techniques and the vision of the world of modern human.
Andrii is a participant in numerous exhibitions and art competitions. Since 2018, he has been a member of the Union of Artists of Ukraine. His works are in private collections around the world. US, Canada, UK, Belgium, Holland, United Arabian Emirates, Ukraine, Italy, Spain. The main subject of his artwork is a landscape; however, he also enjoys portraiture and still life.
2014-2018 — Academy of Fine Art and Architecture(Kyiv, Ukraine) | painting department, prof. V. Gurin
2018 – The Florence Academy of Art | landscape painting workshop with Tanvi Pathare
2018 – Accademia di Belle Arti di Firenze | pittura,
2021 — Royal Society of Portrait Painters annual exhibition. Mall galleries, London, UK
2021 — Royal Society of British Artists annual exhibition. Mall galleries, London, UK
Surgeon’s prize winner
2021 — Butterfly effect, Roccart gallery, Florence, Italy
2019 – Christmas exhibition of Union of Artists of Ukraine, Kyiv
2019 – Ucraina Creativa, Rome, Italy
2019 — Anniversary exhibition for the 50th anniversary of Nationl Union of Artists of Ukraine, Kyiv
2019 — Exhibition to the 25th Anniversary of Independence of Ukraine, Kyiv
2019– zaf and art, Città della Pieve, Italy
2016 – Exhibition of women’s portrait, Kyiv
2021— Shortlisted | Wing Gallery Award 2021
2021— Surgeon’s prize | Royal Society portrait Painters annual exhibition
2021— De Laszo Foundation Prize Highly Commended | Royal Society portrait Painters annual exhibition
2018 — Summer scholarship award | The Florence Academy of Art
2017 – first prize award | A. Murashko academic painting competition