about Monika Lemeshonok


                      Monika Lemeshonok


Monika was born on 27th of January 1986 in the city of Mogilev (Belarus)

She works with many different styles and techniques, including surrealism, symbolism, and abstractionism, and has a rare gift of combining colors.


From 1996 to 1999 Monika studied at Mogilev Art School where she obtained her diploma with honorary mentions.

It was in 2009 that Monika finished Cum Laude at Belarus Fine Arts University of Kuleshov, again with honorary mentions.



  • June 2017 Art World Review reconnaissance by Zurab Tseretely
  • Since 2010: Distinguished Membership of the Trade Union of Artists (Russia)
  • 2005: Award-winner "Person of the Year" awarded by the Mogilev Executive  Committee
  • Was granted Presidential Special Art Fund in 1998, 2000 and 2004
  • and is awarded the Diploma of First Degree of the BelarusArtist Union.



  • 1997 – 10 years jubilee of Belarussian Childrens' Fund (Minsk & Mogilev)
  • 1997 – “We are from childhood” Festival (Minsk)
  • 1998 – “I see air” (at Mogilev Museum of Ethnographics)
  • 1998 – Grant holders of Special Fund of the President of the Republic of Belarus
  • 1998 – “Our world is a beautiful palette” (Minsk)
  • 1999 – “My sonets” (Mogilev)
  • 1999 – The military garrison exhibit (Mogilev)
  • 1999 – “I am here, I am there” (Minsk)
  • 2000 – “My world” exhibition (Germany)
  • 2000 – “The vehemence”
  • 2000 – “The thoughts of emotions” (Mogilev)
  • 2001 – “The sound of inspiration” (Mogilev)
  • 2002 until now – Permanent exhibition at Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Belarus (Moscow)
  • 2004 – “African” (Mogilev)
  • 2005 – “Looks, Thoughts, Feelings” (Mogilev)
  • 2008 - "Philanthropist" (Academy of Arts, Moscow)
  • 2009 – “Smells of winds” (Mogilev)
  • 2010 – Permanent enlisted member of the Russian Artists Trade Union
  • 2011 – “Atom” (Regional Museum of Maslenikov, Mogilev)
  • 2016 – “Things as people” (Mogilev Art gallery)

 In 2003 Monika was personally invited by the well-known sculptor and master-artist Zurab Zeretely to join him in Moscow. Her many works for the “African” and “Looks, thoughts, feelings” exhibitions were a direct result of this visit.

Many of Monika's oevres have found a home in private collections and art-galleries in countries all over the world, including Germany, France, Japan, Mexico, Canada, Brazil.



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