Ekaterina Smirnova August 2014


Why do humans do science? Why do humans do art?
The things that are least important for our survival are
the very things that make us humans.

Savas Dimopoulos
Theoretical physicist Stanford University


– Summer Creativity –

Slovakia Art Symposium

Last month I went to an Art Symposium, organized in Nitra, Slovakia. Fourteen artists from different parts of the world were invited for 10 days to share the art experience and to create. Each of us was offered studio space and an almost limitless supply of canvases and acrylics. If you are curious to find out what came out of this great event, please read my article: Multipoint Art Symposium


– Workshop! Register Today –

by Ekaterina Smirnova

Dates: 9 am-12 noon on September 3, 4, 5.
Location: Rocky Neck Art Colony, Gloucester, MA
Fee: $200 per person ($150 for Rocky Neck Colony members)
Read more: “Revolutionary painting techniques”

The workshop is limited to only 10 people.
Get back to me ASAP to reserve your spot. Reserve now: k.a.smirnova@gmail.com



– Recent Work –

Have you ever thought that most of the light that you see is projected light? Projected light requires a source from which it is projected. For example the Sun, or any light bulb produces some light. The rest of the light is being reflected by different surfaces. In my work at the Art Symposium in Slovakia I was studying just that. In this video I demontrate the interactive part of the work.

Read more about the work: HERE



Watch: video-demonstration on my YouTube channel



My new portfolio book of artworks from 2013 – 2014 is now available online!



Ekaterina Smirnova | www.ekaterina-smirnova.com
k.a.smirnova@gmail.com | +1 917 331 1018
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