I have been drawing and making things ever since I can remember. Being passionate about art, I like to create in several styles and mediums. I studied printmaking and painting at Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia and Rome, where my abstract style was formed. I am interested in fragments, shapes, color and pattern. My abstract pieces are related to nature and landscape, but become their own realms. After earning my BFA, I pursued an interest in silk painting, and worked as a freelance textile designer for women's apparel. Much of my painted silk has found its way into my non-representational assemblage art.
I work more representationally when creating my surface designs and illustrations, using digital and traditional media such as watercolor, ink, color pencil and collage.
Prints and fiber jewelry are available for purchase at my shop, www.KatiaBulbenko.etsy.com
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