Yana's Most Recent Exhibition
was held at Chocolate Factory 3 from 22-24 Sep 17
Image below: 'Enchanted' © Yana Stajno 2017
'Vegetable Love & other paintings'
was held from 12th-14th May
as part of the Crouch End Art Trail 2017
Yana's annual exhibition as part of the Crouch End Art Trail, North London was held from 12-14 May. Unfortunately you missed the opportunity to see the original paintings and to eat the chocolate brownies. However, you can still see them on this website (sorry about the brownies - maybe next time?)
Yana's new work includes an expressionist celebration of vegetables: these ordinary living things that we eat every day (according to government guidelines). Whilst they sold well, there are still some original paintings remaining to purchase and they're available to view on this website. Please go to the New Work Gallery: click Hampstead Christmas Fair
and the Fruit & Vegetables Gallery: click Little Paris, Crouch End
to view. If you like what you see and are interested in purchasing an original artwork or an archival quality print, please click here
to email Yana.
If you would like to be kept informed about Yana's work and her exhibitions, please click here
to email her and she'll be happy to add your name to the private view guest list.
Picture below: 'Cabbages & Kings' from the 'Vegetable Love' Collection
Crouch End Open Studios 2016
Neasden's Angels Exhibition
St Catherine's Church Neasden, North London from 6 Feb - 5 Mar 2016
Curated by Stuart Gould of Stables in Exile Gallery
Crouch End Open Studios 2015
Crouch End Town Hall & Yana's Private Show 2015
6 - 10 May, 2015
On display was Yana's 3-panel painting as part of the Group Show in Crouch End Town Hall.
Crouch End Open Studios 2014
The dragon who quacks
Spring on the Way to Alexandra Palace
Noah's Ark Solo Exhibition at the Karamel Club 2014
The Karamel Club at the Chocolate Factory with it's high walls, proved to be a wonderful gallery for my big canvases. It hosted my solo exhibition entitled 'Noah's Ark'. The exhibition was given this name because the figures in the paintings travelled in twos.
I showed my paintings at the stylish 'One in the House Gallery'. My characters, Beattie & Beanie, made a surprise appearance, arriving by seagull to meet the dragon who quacks and lives quietly and unnoticed in the Brighton Pavilion.
Beattie & Beanie arrive in Brighton
Beattie & Beanie roost in the Chandelier
Little Paris in Islington 2012
During my exhibition at Little Paris, we held a 'Kiss' evening on Valentine's Day where I offered to paint a watercolour of any couple who kissed. In the event they were rather shy and whilst there were any number of long and lingering glances, kisses weren't terribly evident. Monica, however, was happy to kiss Billy - her dachshund …