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Sochynsky’s most recent work in abstraction marks a progression from her roots in hyper-realism and has generated critical accolades from ARTnews. She has notably collaborated with the Noyes Museum of Art as Artist-In-Residence on a multi-component community art project. The Noyes Museum of Art featured Sochynsky’s paintings in a one-person exhibit titled “Abstract Intrigue” in 2008. The Ukrainian Museum in NYC presented a major retrospective of her work in an exhibit titled “A Singular Vision” in 2012.

Ilona Sochynsky has also been commissioned to create several public art projects, including the impressive 46 by 22 foot work of art entitled The Fishing Pier. This mural, located on Arctic and Mississippi Avenues, pays tribute to Atlantic City’s Italian Community. Bally’s Atlantic City commissioned her to create three large-scale paintings for the High Limit Gaming Room. These sepia toned paintings depict the mood of old Las Vegas. Sochynsky’s most recent commission was for AtlantiCare, as part of their healing arts program. The painting is titled Windswept Dunes. The Cooper Cancer Institute purchased several of her paintings, including Permutation #1 (shown).