Katerina Dorohova - Artist

Dorokhova Ekaterina Sergeevna 

Artist and teacher of the Russian Academy of Arts in St. Petersburg , Repin State Academic Institute since 2012.

Member of the Union of Artists of Russia since 2010.
Member of the Union of Chinese Artists and Musicians in Russia.

Short biography :
Date of birth November 27, 1983 in Sergiev Posad,

Moscow Region, in the family of artists.

1999-2003 - study at the workshop of A. Velichko.

2003-2010 - studying at the Repin State Academic Institute of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture in St. Petersburg. (the teachers were famous Russian artists, headed by Andrey Mylnikov)

2010 - 2013 - teaching painting and drawing at the Saimaa University of Applied Sciences in Imatra, Finland. 

2012 - 2013 - teaching at Tomsk State University, Tomsk, Russia. Carried out a series of lectures and master classes on painting and composition in art . 

2015-2016 - teaching painting at Shenzhen University, in Shenzhen City, China.

Based on the cooperation of the Repin Institute and Shenzhen University.

From 2002 - 2017 - participated in different exhibitions : in the halls of the Central House of Artists in Moscow, in the halls of the Sergiev-Posad branch of the Union of Artists, in the halls of the Scientific Research Museum of the St. Petersburg Academy of Arts, in the museum of Imatra in Finland , in Strasbourg in France, in the city of Changchun in China, in the Central Museum of Lanzhou, Gansu Province in China, 
and in other galleries of Russia, Finland, France, Switzerland and China.

Also held solo exhibitions:
2010 - In the Italian Hall of the Academy of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg
2010 - in the halls of the Union of Artists, Sergiev - Posad.
2011-2013 at the Salmela Art Center, Finland
2015 - at the Shenzhen University Museum, Shenzhen, China
2016- in the museum of Nanning, Guangxi Province, China.
2017 - the opening of the personal art gallery "Katya" in Nanning, in China under the auspices of the Minister of Finance of Guangxi Province, Professor Liu Minda.


​​MELBOURNE Workshop 2​​​​           

To enroll in any of the Melbourne events, please contact  Pilar 
on or +61413527485

Still Life and Imaginative Painting

JANUARY 20 to JANUARY 24, 2020                                  FEE $650 AUD                                

A major challenge for classically trained artists working today is to bridge the gap between the conceptual, systematic color employed by academies and ateliers and the revolutionary, perceptual use of color pioneered by the impressionists.
The focus of this class will be developing paintings from observation.  Through the introduction of concepts like Munsell Color Space and basic color theory, students will analyze their perceptions and recreate them with mixtures of paint, learning to guide themselves toward more meaningful, sophisticated color harmonies and tonal relationships.
Classes will consist of demonstrations and lectures followed by individual one-on-one critiques of students while they work. Painting sessions will range from half-day to one whole day, allowing for a quick, broad treatment and a more intuitive, reactive way of building color relationships.  In addition to the concepts already mentioned, other topics will include the technical processes for oil painting, as well as an understanding of value, light, and form.
Who should attend?
Anyone  aiming to enhance their painting skills.

What's included?
  • Tutor demonstrations
  • One on one tuition and critique
  • Model (3 days) plus still life painting (2 days)

Location:  Beaumaris Life Saving Club, Bayside, Bayside

Limited numbers: 14
MELBOURNE Workshop 1

To enroll in any of the Melbourne events, please contact  Pilar 

Figure drawing using sauce

JANUARY 13 to JANUARY 17, 2020                COURSE FEE $750 AUD

The human figure has been a primary subject of western art for generations, and one of the most immediate and intuitive methods of investigating this subject has been drawing.
The primary focus of this class will be drawing from a live model.  Class sessions will consist of lectures and demonstrations, followed by one-on-one critiques while students work on their own.  The topics covered will include anatomy, perspective, planes of the body, as well as concepts regarding light, shadow and form.  
The course will begin with shorter format poses, focusing on a linear expression of proportion and movement.  More advanced concepts will be introduced as poses lengthen, and students work toward a more sustained drawing incorporating tonality and form.  

Who should attend?
Anyone working with the figure and aiming to enhance their drawing skills.

What's included?
  • Tutor demonstrations
  • One on one tuition and critique
  • Model fees (4 days)

Location: Beaumaris Life Saving Club, Bayside

Limited numbers: 14

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