2000 - 2006 University of Art&Design, MgA. in Graphic design, Voronezh, Russia, studio of grafic design, studio of J.V. Eroshenko, academic artist
1990 - 2000 Gymnasium of liberal arts, Voronezh, Russia
1992 - 1996 Art school named after E.M. Belyaev, Bryansk, Russia
"Evgeniya Zolotareva is a CZ based fine art artist, specializing in abstract art. She finished Art school and earned a MgA. of Arts Degree at the University in 2006. Her artwork should have the opportunity to "speak for itself" and does not need a decorative frame, but free space. She tend to create a dynamic abstraction which gravitates towards. The shapes of her paintings are often in tension and trembling, they need to expand further. Her paintings are focused on emotions and intuition, understanding shapes and colors, which shown throughout the creative process. She sees every project as a unique exploration of curiosity and experimentation".
From the publication "The World of interiors", Vogue House
Back in the past years she worked as a graphic designer in Russia, Slovakia and Czech Republic - in Prague and Brno, making designs for a range of brands, among them are Figaro, Ritchy, Michlovsky vinery, Volkswagen, Mattoni and others. Ability to create by hand make her work field wider, she drew the chocolate and wine labels, illustrated different catalogs and children's coloring books, and designed jewelry.
Today she is happy to create art works by making an evocative story through colors, textures, patterns and forms that are full of beauty, peace and adventure, and more importantly soul.
She is exhibiting internationally and in the Czech Republic. Her work is in private collections in the France, Germany, Poland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Russia and this year she is exhibiting at the STAINER Gallery, Vienna, in October. Among her recent publications, Evgeniya has published articles in magazines such as THE WORLD OF INTERIORS, VOGUE House (UK), Artmajeur (France).
Inspiration and Creating process:
Travel and outdoor adventure are her favorite sources of inspiration. Through the art creation she searches for a New. She experiments and does not close into one. Regardless of the chosen medium, she create abstract art, in most cases by layering technique. She express through painting, concentrating on form and color. When creating her abstracts she do not impose, but give choice for feelings and thoughts. She tries to extend my art receiver imagination by transmitting an impulse. Her paintings are more about emotions and intuition, which helps and leads her through the whole creating process. Results of creation are always unpredictable and this is what she likes the most.
Influences: Claude Monet, Michail Vrubel, Bobbi Burgers, Mark Rothko, Renoir