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Katherine Goncharova - Ekaterina Yurevna Goncharova - Гончарова Екатерина Юрьевна

Katherine Goncharova - Ekaterina Yurevna Goncharova -  Гончарова Екатерина Юрьевна
Ekaterina Goncharova

Katherine Goncharova was born in Kishinev, the capital of Moldova, in 7th July, 1986. She finished Kharkov Art Lyceum at Kharkiv State Academy of Design and Arts. She has been a student of the Academy since 2003 in Restoration of Easel and Mural Painting. She actively takes part in regional, all-Ukrainian and International art exhibitions. Her works are on display in private collections in Ukraine, Russia, Germany, France, USA, United Arab Emirates and Israel. She has created more then two hundred graphic works, paintings and icons, restored more then 15 different works of 19 - 20th centuries (oil painting, watercolor, mural painting, tempera, gouache).
She also takes part in research studies and conferences.
2009 - graduates from the Academy.
K. Goncharova is a member of the artistic society "INSIGHT"

Her creative work is of a paramount importance for Katherine Goncharova. The idea that emerges as one gazes at her art is that everything in this world is in intrinsic interaction in the Universum. Every image in her creative work is marked with a holistic approach, characteristic of a child’s perception of the world around.
Openness and sensuality permeate every part of Katherine’s works forming, together with ‘lightness’, if not ‘transparence’, her unique artistic medium. While the manifested and unerring graphic line creates a certain plot of her drawing, it is accompanied by an elaborate scheme of tints and shades to add to the artistic impression. All these make her works easily recognizable.

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