Studio #3. Lena Porfarfor.
Meet Lena - a ceramist, maker and Spanish speaker.
Lena's ceramics is bright and seems to be minimalistic, but I was really surprised to realize all the layers of personal thoughts behind. Combining gentle flowers, simple shapes and aunt's jokes in an old family house, Lena going really fast from yesterday student to professional artist.
Lena believes she is a lucky person and it is important to be lucky in ceramics because of all the factors of technology.
Studio #2. Nastya Smirnova
Meet Nastya Smirnova - illustrator, art challenger and morning runner.
Nastya is the second person to let me into her wonderful house to talk about illustration, life and all around. Thanks, Nastya, for being so generous on your experience!
Nastya’s work is full of light, it is bright and gentle. Everyday sketches or book illustration - full of life, motion and color. Nastya says that her nickname is krasiver and when translated into Russian it means a person who creates beauty. I totally agree.