You are very welcome to my website which showcases my photographic and painted artwork.
My name is Nadina Ironia (lat. irony). I was born into a creative family and always knew that one day I would be an artist and do a job that I love, and I’m now living the dream.
Why horses? Horses are not just beautiful animals to me! Once horses saved my life and I owe them mine now! They gave me another chance to begin life from nothing after terrific accident back in 2001, where I have got serious injuries and life seemed to be at the very end to me for couple years until I decided to return to the yard. It was far from riding but I was happy to be just beside them, and I believe in miracles now as horses believed in me and here I am now: riding, painting, jogging around with camera and enjoying all colors of life! Horses are the best treatment on the planet!
My photographic career started in 2005, when my first published photo was featured in an equestrian magazine. I have since had hundreds of pictures published in magazines and newspapers, as well as pictures sold worldwide.
In 2009 I developed my own course Photography for Beginners, which is now successfully taught through 3 languages both in groups and privately
BA degree University of Communication Sciences – Advertising and PR
Art And Craft College Advertising Design IES Certificate
2013 - “Diversity of Visions” Dublin Pearse Street
2012 – Art Exhibition Dublin Civic offices
2011 – Pearse Library Dublin City (November)
2011 – “Peoples Photography” St.Stephens Green Dublin Ireland
2011 – “Equestrian Photography” FEI SCI-W**Riga Latvia
2011 – “Homeless Gallery” D-Light Studio, Dublin
2011 – “Born in USSR” Whitehall College of Further Education
2011 – “Another view” Pearse Library, Dublin, Ireland
2011 – “Born in USSR” ILAC, Dublin, Ireland
2010 – “Smena Annual Exhibition” Lantern Center, Dublin, Ireland
2010 – “Dublin in Faces” Dublin City Council, Dublin, Ireland
2010 – “Russian Culture Festival” Towney Hall castle, Ireland
2009 – “Smena Photographic Exhibition” Lantern Center, Dublin, Ireland