Emotional Expression and Society in the Work of Ekaterina Preys

Russian contemporary art is rich and diverse. Known for its many innovative styles and the ultimate liberty of expression, it is attracting more and more attention from collectors worldwide. Be it visual art or free verse poetry, Russian art has something to offer for any taste and preference. This becomes possible thanks to a large number of talented artists who are not afraid to shape the boundaries of contemporary art. One such artist is Ekaterina Preys. Filled with emotional expression, her works pay tribute to society, creating a dialogue between the viewer and the art.

Emotional Expression and Society in the Work of Ekaterina Preys

Ekaterina Preys studied Fine Arts at the prestigious Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design of the University of the Arts London. After graduating, she continued her studies at the Moscow State Academic Art Institute named after V.I. Surikov, where she mastered easel painting under the guidance of the prominent Russian artist Tatiana Nazarenko. Ekaterina Preys also took painting classes from such masters as Aidan Salakhova, Sergei Ossovskiy, and Sergey Minasyan.

The work of Ekaterina Preys is all about emotional expression and society. Combining traditional painting techniques with text, her art contains a large flow of information. According to the artist, this information comes from the outside, being part of the collective unconscious that unites all people.

Emotional Expression and Society in the Work of Ekaterina Preys

Ekaterina Preys has an original and unique artistic style. Her bold expressionist paintings are distinguished by vibrant colors and the use of text that appears right on the realistic images, adding extra meaning to her works.

Emotional Expression and Society in the Work of Ekaterina Preys

Even though Ekaterina Preys is only at the beginning of her career, her works have already been exhibited at a range of art exhibitions held at the museums and galleries in Russia, and we are sure to hear her name much more often in the times to come.

Photo courtesy of Ekaterina Preys