"Cultivate, Then Bloom" on Hope Street, Providence, RI 
       
     
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 (Photo by  Forrest Elliott )
       
     
 (Photo by  Brittany Kindberg Scully )
       
     
 (Photo by  Kelly Louise Photography )
       
     
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 (Photo by  Tara Valetta )
       
     
"Cultivate, Then Bloom" on Aborn Street, Providence, RI
       
     
 (Photo by  Kelly Louise Photography )
       
     
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 (Photo by  Tara Valletta )
       
     
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"Cultivate, Then Bloom" on Westminster Street, Providence, RI
       
     
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"Cultivate, Then Bloom" on Snow Street, Providence, RI
       
     
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"Cultivate, Then Bloom" on Hope Street, Providence, RI 
       
     
"Cultivate, Then Bloom" on Hope Street, Providence, RI 

"Cultivate, Then Bloom" was a mixed media public art installation on exhibition at the following locations during PVDFest (June 1 - 4, 2017):

46 Aborn Street, Downcity Providence (wheat-pasted, in partnership with Cornish Associates)

705 Westminster Street (window display, in partnership with New Urban Arts)

814 Hope Street (wheat-pasted, in partnership with the Hope Street Merchants Association)

Snow Street, Downcity Providence (in partnership and under the creative direction of The Dean Hotel and Kelly Knapp/Studio KCK for “Fountain Street Hooligans”)

These pieces portray mixed media floral paintings inspired by Russian folk art and botanical illustration. Volynsky draws from past memories and moments to inform new ones, acting as new landscapes in the artwork for viewers to explore. This work is a form of visual storytelling that conveys fragmented memories and moments of interaction through the layering of mixed media. As experiences of joy and beauty often naturally fade but leave a positive impression -  so do the intentions and physicality of these artworks.

This project is made possible by the Providence Art, Culture, and Tourism Department. In it’s third year, PVDFest is expected to attract nearly 75,000 people and 504 artists to the Downcity area of Providence from June 1 - 4 as a multi-arts takeover of public space. Our great city has a vast cultural and arts community, and PVDFest truly brings the art world closer and more accessible to our neighborhoods.

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 (Photo by  Forrest Elliott )
       
     

(Photo by Forrest Elliott)

 (Photo by  Brittany Kindberg Scully )
       
     
 (Photo by  Kelly Louise Photography )
       
     
 (Photo by  Kirsten Evans )
       
     

(Photo by Kirsten Evans)

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 (Photo by  Tara Valetta )
       
     

(Photo by Tara Valetta)

"Cultivate, Then Bloom" on Aborn Street, Providence, RI
       
     
"Cultivate, Then Bloom" on Aborn Street, Providence, RI

"Cultivate, Then Bloom" was a mixed media public art installation on exhibition at the following locations during PVDFest (June 1 - 4, 2017):

46 Aborn Street, Downcity Providence (wheat-pasted, in partnership with Cornish Associates)

705 Westminster Street (window display, in partnership with New Urban Arts)

814 Hope Street (wheat-pasted, in partnership with the Hope Street Merchants Association)

Snow Street, Downcity Providence (in partnership and under the creative direction of The Dean Hotel and Kelly Knapp/Studio KCK for “Fountain Street Hooligans”)

These pieces portray mixed media floral paintings inspired by Russian folk art and botanical illustration. Volynsky draws from past memories and moments to inform new ones, acting as new landscapes in the artwork for viewers to explore. This work is a form of visual storytelling that conveys fragmented memories and moments of interaction through the layering of mixed media. As experiences of joy and beauty often naturally fade but leave a positive impression -  so do the intentions and physicality of these artworks.

This project is made possible by the Providence Art, Culture, and Tourism Department. In it’s third year, PVDFest is expected to attract nearly 75,000 people and 504 artists to the Downcity area of Providence from June 1 - 4 as a multi-arts takeover of public space. Our great city has a vast cultural and arts community, and PVDFest truly brings the art world closer and more accessible to our neighborhoods.

 (Photo by  Kelly Louise Photography )
       
     
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 (Photo by  Tara Valletta )
       
     

(Photo by Tara Valletta)

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"Cultivate, Then Bloom" on Westminster Street, Providence, RI
       
     
"Cultivate, Then Bloom" on Westminster Street, Providence, RI
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"Cultivate, Then Bloom" on Snow Street, Providence, RI
       
     
"Cultivate, Then Bloom" on Snow Street, Providence, RI
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