Irina Klyba was born in Kiev in 1968. She graduated from T. Shevchenko Republican Art School (teachers Zhyvotkov O.A., Lerman Z.N. and Semenov E.A.). She graduated from the Kiev Academy of Arts and Architecture in 1997 (Workshop Leader D.D.).
Since 1999 she is the member of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine.
Iryna Klyba is a talented impressionist artist. Among her paintings, there are a lot of landscapes, including the low horizon. Also, the artist creates the realistic still lives, portraits and paintings executed in an unusual technique.
Iryna Klyba was born in Kiev, Ukraine, in 1968. From early childhood enjoying a draw, in 1979 she joined the Shevchenko Republican Art School and later the Art Institute, the class of Daniel Leader. In 1999 the artist became a member of the Union of Artists of Ukraine. Her works took on popularity, especially abroad. In 2002, the solo exhibition of the artist was held at the British Council in Ukraine, and later - in "The Biscuit Factory", in Newcastle upon Tyne. Nowadays, the works of Iryna Klyba are regularly exhibited in such British galleries as "EE-Fine Arts Gallary" (Cambridge), "Gallery in Cork Street" (London), "Ashley Studios" (Buckinghamshire), "The Balman Gallery" (Norhtumberland).
Paintings by Iryna Klyba enjoy popularity in the homeland of Impressionism - France - and have already found their place in several famous private collections in France, Germany, Great Britain, the USA, Russia and Ukraine.