Lyudmila Nikolaevna Kovalchuk
Lyudmila Nikolaevna works in decorative and applied art (ceramics). To understand the secrets of clay, to reveal its potential and possibilities has always been the goal of Lyudmila Kovalchuk's life and work. Range: from utilitarian samples for industrial production to unique compositions in various techniques and materials: porcelain, majolica, chamotte, terracotta, biscuit. This is not only a variety of technologies, but also decades of creative research and research. For each technology separately requires special approaches and attitudes. For example, majolica (painting on raw enamel), like a fresco – requires special skill, quick reaction, completion of the plastic plan before its implementation, as it does not allow corrections. Painting on raw enamel, the so-called Vitebsk majolica, was a noticeable phenomenon in the XVII-XVIII centuries, it was one of the types of expensive high-quality products. She, who was born in Russia, sees the true origins of the national Belarusian culture in a simple Belarusian ornament on clay.
He is a member of the Belarusian Union of Artists. In the works of Lyudmila Nikolaevna, you can see the style and personality that gives her works their unique character and originality.
Lyudmila Kovalchuk's works were exhibited in Vitebsk, Moscow, Minsk, and Prague. Works are in the National Art Museum of the Republic of Belarus, museums in Gomel, Mogilev, Vitebsk, in the collection of the Art Fund of the Union of artists of Russia (Moscow), in private collections in the USA, Sweden, Germany. The Fund of the Vitebsk Art Museum contains 84 Museum items.