Moscow-born artist, Ekaterina Shuster planned academic drawing, graphics and Batik for three years at the School of Architecture and Lay out and the Institute of Business and Design.
Rebirth. Source: Press Photo/Ekaterina Shuster
The artistic administrator of the Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art, Joseph Backstein and American graphic Michael Sorkin taught her composition.
Swimmer. Source: Press Photo/Ekaterina Shuster
As an artist, Schuster began by representing on silk, and then switching to graphics and oil works.
Waterplace. Source: Gather Photo/Ekaterina Shuster
The ‘Dreams of Shaherezade’ project was the result of Shuster’s syndicate of Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov’s famous symphonic suite ‘Scheherezade’ and her personal lifetime experiences.
Beautiful valley. Source: Press Photo/Ekaterina Shuster
“It is mighty to get in tone, feel the music, choose the right pitch, enjoy the mood and portray a musical theme in inting with ssion,” Shuster stipulates.
Eastern Beauty. Source: Press Photo/Ekaterina Shuster
The artist is energized by Shaherezade, a legendary queen and the storyteller of One Thousand and One Nights.
South seaboard. Source: Press Photo/Ekaterina Shuster
“I think, the illustration of lilting scores in intings is a great opportunity to express my feelings and to convey result of intings what the music dictates,” Shuster adds.
South evensong. Source: Press Photo/Ekaterina Shuster
The artwork reflects the inner sphere of Shaherezade, who lives in the lace of Sultan.
Legend about bloom. Inception: Press Photo/Ekaterina Shuster
The dilemma of choosing between candidness and life in a golden prison is the artist’s leitmotiv.
Longing for family. Creator: Press Photo/Ekaterina Shuster