Master of Applied Arts (work with natural materials)
Regina Averbukh came into USA in 1993 году from Odessa, Ukraine, where she received middle technical education. She was attracted by arts from her youth: she collected large home library of books about great artists and poets, as well as about famous arts museum in the world. IN young years black and white nature photography was her hobby.
She always trusted in one phrase «…art teaches in finding inspiration and happiness in our life» (Marcel Marceau).
After setting un staff in New York she became a member of two artists clubs – and a member of book lover’s club in – Bensonhurst Jewish center. In 2000 she transferred to the Jewish Guild of Folk Craftsmen (JFCGI) with a couple of her groupmates. Applied arts are photography are not only areas of her interests. She creates her original works about of feathers, dried leaves, dried flowers, stones found “under her legs directly”, as well as of seashells found directly in the beach
For the themes of her photography, she chooses the landscapes of USA, she likes.
Regina is glad to be creative in the JFCGI guild. She thinks that she makes her creativity perfect, being next to the masters of the guild, following their advices. Regina had a couple of her personal exhibitions, and took place in all guild-wide vernissages.