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Kateryna Goncharova: Studio Tour

This month’s creative space belongs to artist, Kateryna Goncharova. Kateryna is a visual artist whose work explores important social and philosophical issues.


Kateryna Goncharova

Join us as we learn more about Kateryna's artistic process, her workspace, and the benefits of a designated work area.





What do you create?




What is your background and how did you get started? How long have you been creating art?




How long have you been working from your art space, and can you explain the process of acquiring it?




How would you describe your designated workspace, and what would you consider some of the pros and cons of working from it?




What is your favorite part of your workspace? Do you have a favorite piece you've created in your space?




Are there any new projects or pieces you're currently working on?




Do you have a favorite song or sound that helps you get into a creative mood or fill your space with creative energy?

Collections of meditative music, Buddhist mantras, contemprorary Ukrainian singers - ONUKA, Jamala, Dakh Daughters and Ukrainian folk bands - Yagody, Dakha Brakha.


What advice would you give another artist on cultivating a designated art space?





Kateryna Goncharova Art Studio
© Kateryna Goncharova

 

Thank you, Kateryna, for sharing your creative space with us! Check our more of her work here and here.


Be sure to check out our other Studio Tours here.

 

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We want to know the process behind the pieces we love. Studio Tours provides an intimate setting for visitors to get to know artists where they’re most comfortable — in their creative spaces.


The Gallery by MUI Studio Tours

Our Creative Spaces interview series highlights the work of makers and doers across all creative mediums, in an ever changing themed interview format. We want to provide an outlet for creators to share their stories, their process, and most importantly their art, in their own words.

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