Photograph of Artist ZOJA TROFIMIUK
ZOJA TROFIMIUK
Melbourne, Victoria - Australia



Original Artworks (11)

Zoja Trofimiuk; Despair From Raw Emotions..., 2012, Original Sculpture Bronze, 23 x 30 cm. Artwork description: 241 Despair from Raw Emotions series, mixed media, cire perdue, bronze, hot worked glass, Prince Rupert's Drops, sandblasted, assembled, granite plinth 21x16 x16 cmStatement:
Zoja Trofimiuk
Original Bronze Sculpture, 2012
23 x 30 cm (9.1 x 11.8 inches)
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Zoja Trofimiuk; Sorrow, 2012, Original Sculpture Bronze, 23 x 30 cm. Artwork description: 241 Sorrow, from Raw Emotions series, mixed media, cire perdue, bronze, hot worked glass, Prince Rupert's Drop, sandblasted, assembled, granite plinth 21x16 x16 cm   Statement:
Zoja Trofimiuk
Original Bronze Sculpture, 2012
23 x 30 cm (9.1 x 11.8 inches)
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Zoja Trofimiuk; YOUNG SOCIALIST, 1996, Original Printmaking Etching, 30 x 15 cm.
Zoja Trofimiuk
Original Etching, 1996
30 x 15 cm (11.8 x 5.9 inches)
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Zoja Trofimiuk; WINTER LOVERS, 2004, Original Glass, 25 x 45 cm.
Zoja Trofimiuk
Original Glass, 2004
25 x 45 cm (9.8 x 17.7 inches)
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Zoja Trofimiuk; SPRING LOVERS, Detail, 2006, Original Glass, 26 x 45 cm.
Zoja Trofimiuk
Original Glass, 2006
26 x 45 cm (10.2 x 17.7 inches)
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Zoja Trofimiuk; SPRING LOVERS, 2006, Original Glass, 26 x 45 cm.
Zoja Trofimiuk
Original Glass, 2006
26 x 45 cm (10.2 x 17.7 inches)
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Zoja Trofimiuk; PAPARATZZO, 2008, Original Printmaking Etching, 30 x 20 cm.
Zoja Trofimiuk
Original Etching, 2008
30 x 20 cm (11.8 x 7.9 inches)
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Zoja Trofimiuk; TIME CAPSULE 2003, 2003, Original Glass Blown, 20 x 18 cm. Artwork description: 241 In Time Capsule I paraphrase bottled message theme by using means of communication typical for our time, namely CD.   Blown glass vessel with imbedded gold leaf, ( I use gold as a symbol of treasure) , has a diamond cut slot in which is inserted CD with recorded message.  ...
Zoja Trofimiuk
Original Blown Glass, 2003
20 x 18 cm (7.9 x 7.1 inches)
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Zoja Trofimiuk; OCEAN GALLERY Logo, 2001, Original Computer Art, 10 x 10 cm. Artwork description: 241 Logo for OCEAN GALLERY, which was inaugurated in 2001 from Australian Shores. ...
Zoja Trofimiuk
Original Computer Art, 2001
10 x 10 cm (3.9 x 3.9 inches)
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Zoja Trofimiuk; Mr And Mrs Trofimiuk, 2005, Original Sculpture Bronze, 50 x 25 cm. Artwork description: 241 By juxtaposing human forms over coffins sculptor tries to postpone death. The piece is inspired by Rene Magritte coffins.Sculpture is part of upcoming Zoja Trofimiuk solo exhibition in November at Adam Galleries in Melbourne....
Zoja Trofimiuk
Original Bronze Sculpture, 2005
50 x 25 cm (19.7 x 9.8 inches)
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Zoja Trofimiuk; TIME CAPSULE 2001, 2001, Original Glass Blown, 20 x 15 cm. Artwork description: 241 In Time Capsule I paraphrase bottled message theme by using means of communication typical for our time, namely CD.   Blown glass vessel with imbedded gold leaf, ( I use gold as a symbol of treasure) , has a diamond cut slot in which is inserted CD with recorded message.  ...
Zoja Trofimiuk
Original Blown Glass, 2001
20 x 15 cm (7.9 x 5.9 inches)
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Artist Statement

Artist�s Statement My Art is my Statement. Volume and Space are concepts that have influenced my art. I am particularly fascinated by their appearance in the human body. I am interested in exploring dialogue both internal dialogue, which exists within oneself, and external connection that moves between two people or objects. My art explores �contradictions� which are attracted to each other and create a new whole. The human figure appeals to me as an adequate form for expressing these ideas. Working with glass has given me the opportunity to stretch the boundaries of these concepts to new limits, as well as offering me the joyful experience of playing with colour. I would like to concentrate my attention on capturing absence, an impression, commemorate memory, fleeing presence, give physical form to a spiritual value. The absence transferred into visual terms, long after it ceased to exist. In both instances, when working with bronze or glass, I apply a casting technique called �Lost Wax�. ...