Yolych Family Arts

Welcome to the captivating world of Myhajlo, a young traditional beadwork artist whose indomitable spirit and artistic prowess shine brightly despite life’s challenges. Born with a genetic disorder that confined him to a wheelchair, Myhajlo has transformed adversity into a canvas of resilience and creativity.

Explore the virtual gallery that unveils Myhajlo’s intricate beadwork creations, each piece a testament to his unwavering dedication and love for the craft. From vibrant floral patterns inspired by Ukrainian traditions to intricate beadwork techniques learned from cultures around the globe, Myhajlo’s work transcends borders, weaving a tapestry of universal beauty.

Discover the inspiring story behind each piece as Myhajlo shares his journey of continuous improvement and cultural exploration. Despite facing physical limitations, he embraces the world with an open heart, learning, and incorporating various traditional techniques into his beadwork.

Myhajlo’s vibrant beadwork not only reflects his artistic talent but also serves as a beacon of positivity within his community. Through his personal perseverance, Myhajlo radiates encouragement, proving that the human spirit can triumph over adversity. Immerse yourself in this gallery, where each bead tells a story of strength, resilience, and the boundless possibilities of the human spirit.

Art and community work is a shared passion in Yolych Family. Myhajlo’s mother, Svitlana is also devoted to supporting other parents with children with additional health needs and limited communal resources. She finds strength to increase inclusiveness in her community so less children feel left out. Therefore, Svitlana has become a valuable member of our team driven by her passion to improve living and learning standards for children in forgotten or overlooked sectors of our society.

Svitlana not only contributes her artwork, such as traditional Carpathian beaded Herdana necklaces, but also supports activities of The Colors of Heritage program from her home in Ukraine. She helps sourcing art supplies for Studio activities, helps with organizing presents and exhibitions, runs art masterclasses for people with disabilities, as well as holiday events – just like a real fairy godmother bringing smiles out wherever  she goes. We are grateful for the wonderful members of our Artsformeds.org community!

Gallery Yolych Family Arts