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Nata Zaikina

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Nata Zaikina

Born: 1970

Hometown: Prague

Lives and Works: Prague

 

Artist & Sculpture /Bogolyubov Art College, Bachelor of Arts, 1989/
Artworks are in private collections all over the world: United Kingdom, USA, Canada, Australia, Europe.
Press reviews: “Czech artist Nata Zaikina’s paintings are inspired by her 70's - 80's childhood. Nata is especially interested in capturing her figures in movement, particularly while jumping. “

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Flight together by Nata Zaikina
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Flight together

Nata Zaikina, Czech Republic

Painting

US$ 1,600

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Early Morning by Nata Zaikina
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Early Morning

Nata Zaikina, Czech Republic

Painting

US$ 1,600

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Falling in Blue by Nata Zaikina
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Falling in Blue

Nata Zaikina, Czech Republic

Painting

US$ 2,000

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Frog Girls by Nata Zaikina
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Frog Girls

Nata Zaikina, Czech Republic

Painting

US$ 600

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Infinite Song by Nata Zaikina
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Infinite Song

Nata Zaikina, Czech Republic

Painting

US$ 2,300

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Jump in the Summer by Nata Zaikina
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Jump in the Summer

Nata Zaikina, Czech Republic

Painting

US$ 1,490

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Falling by Nata Zaikina
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Falling

Nata Zaikina, Czech Republic

Painting

US$ 1,490

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Flight by Nata Zaikina
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Flight

Nata Zaikina, Czech Republic

Painting

US$ 1,490


About Nata Zaikina


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What inspires you?

My favourite series are children's games. This is something that can unite people of the same generation, even if they have grown up in different countries. Emotions related to childhood are the brightest.


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Describe your creative process.

I try to show the hidden dynamics inside the static figure. Sculptural aspect is very obvious in my paintings: dynamic outline contrast and composition. I hardly paint any details so that i can focus on light and colour.


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What are 3 words that best describe your work?

memory childhood happiness


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What is the most important tool when creating your work?

I prefer to work with oil paints and watercolours.


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What is the best piece of advice you have been given?

Draw only what you lived.


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Where do you go for inspiration?

The themes for my stories I find all around me: for example, in the street or on the subway.

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