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. I love drawing people, animals, plants, everyday objects and food.

Prints and fiber jewelry are available for purchase at my shop, www.KatiaBulbenko.etsy.com

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