Katerina Kreovska is young contemporary artist with a unique style and perception of the world we live in. Her rich inner world warps space and form and transforms them into an peculiar play with reality, whilst emotions find their way from the artist’s subconscious to viewer’s mind, reinforced by one of a kind combinations of full and thick colour. The spiritual is of key importance to her art, which she expresses in the art of icons, consistent with all the established rules of canon. Meanwhile, the richness of human experience leaves its mark on her art, where the soul is a battlefield between good and evil. In her art, Katerina doesn’t limit herself on the idea level, nor on the level of execution: “I don’t want to limit myself or my viewers. I aim to create illusions of real experiences using colours and form, via which each person can reach their own insights.” She likes playing with various techniques and experimentations, starting from acrylic and oil paints, through to collages and employing various everyday objects in her pictures and projects. Katerina has a degree in fine art and scenography. As part of her professional development she has contributed to a number of projects regarding illustrations for magazines and fashion publications – but her primary passion is the canvas.