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BIO

I’ve been working with textiles for 13 years and hold a BFA as a textile designer. For six years, I worked as a leading artist in one of the top Russian textile design studios.

Although I was born and brought up in Russia, I've always had a desire to experience living in a diverse location.

 

In 2019, I moved to the USA.

My immigration journey has been profound and transformative, and I now position myself as a visual artist. As an interdisciplinary artist, I work with a range of media, including textiles, embroidery, sculpture, and installation.

 

In 2022 my first solo show “The endless summer” took place at Duke University, Louise Jones Brown Gallery (Durham, NC).

In 2023, I had two solo shows: "Featured Show" at Frank Gallery and "Vulnerable Reality" at EUtopia Design Gallery (Durham, NC).

In 2022, my textile sculpture "The Well" won Best in Show at the 43rd Annual National Juried Art Show (Goldsboro, NC). In 2023, the same sculpture secured the 3rd place in the National Multi-Media Juried Art Show (Wilson, NC).

 

In the year 2024, I am scheduled to hold two solo shows—one at the Horace Williams House (Chapel Hill, NC),  and the other at Peel 

Gallery (Carrboro, NC).

 

I participate in numerous group exhibitions across various locations, including New York, North Carolina, Louisiana, Texas.

 

I aspire to be a part of the fusion of American culture and contribute my unique perspective to this blend of cultures.

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