About artist

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Most of all, I love starting a new piece of work. It’s always a joy, the anticipation of a journey, even an adventure. And if the work happens to evoke the same feeling in the viewer— that’s even better. I think that the beauty of the visible world is a continuation of the invisible and that is where I am trying to glimpse.

Since we are talking about visual art, I think that the best description is the works themselves.

Here are a few pictures illustrating my path.

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Most of all, I love starting a new piece of work. It’s always a joy, the anticipation of a journey, even an adventure. And if the work happens to evoke the same feeling in the viewer— that’s even better. I think that the beauty of the visible world is a continuation of the invisible and that is where I am trying to glimpse.

Since we are talking about visual art, I think that the best description is the works themselves.

Here are a few pictures illustrating my path.

gallery

Most of all, I love starting a new piece of work. It’s always a joy, the anticipation of a journey, even an adventure. And if the work happens to evoke the same feeling in the viewer— that’s even better. I think that the beauty of the visible world is a continuation of the invisible and that is where I am trying to glimpse.

Since we are talking about visual art, I think that the best description is the works themselves.

Here are a few pictures illustrating my path.

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Dina Volkova graduated from the Moscow City Pedagogical University with Masters degree in Arts Education.

While living in Moscow, she employed by a number of Russian publishing houses and worked on various projects that included book covers, drawings, holiday cards and postcards.

Also Dina was a member of the Moscow Union of the Artists, where she participated in a number of national art exhibitions.

Since 2000 D.Volkova have lived with her family in the Washington, D.C. area.

From 2007 to 2014 Dina’s works were represented by Touchstone Gallery and were part of multiple group exhibitions.

Also she had two solo shows in 2012, 2014.

Currently, her work is widely represented in such interactive galleries as “Saatchi art gallery”, “U Gallery”, “artsy.net”.