Viva Circus!

Artist Statement

"The circus is the only ageless delight that you can buy for money. Everything else is supposed to be bad for you. But the circus is good for you. It's the only spectacle I know that, while you watch it, gives the quality of a truly happy dream."

About the Artist

Irina Sheynfeld

Irina grew up in Odessa, Ukraine where she was classically trained as a painter, designer and puppet maker. Then she continued her studies at Parsons School of Design where she earned her BFA, then she received an MFA at School of Visual Arts. Irina had multiple solo exhibitions, her work was included in numerous juried group shows and published by various publications including WSJ, Money Magazine and Oxygen Media. Irina is a recipient of the COJECO’s Blueprint Fellowship and Grant.

Permanent Home

John B. Russwurm Elementary School

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