MEOW, ART PRINT BY NETUPSKAYA
The Open Edition Prints are a reproduction of the original artworks of Katerina Netupskaya.
They are produced according to the high quality standards in Bali. These prints are made on a watercolor paper 310 g/sm. The number of editions for the Open Edition Print is unlimited. Each print is signed on the front side, titled on the back side and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.
3 Sizes of the Print and framing with non reflective glass are available.
Custom Size on request.
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Sexual and erotic storylines, hilarious humor, world of nature and animals – are the main subjects in which you will dive exploring her visual works. Written cues across the drawings are taking a key role in understanding Katerina’s world. An innocent image can become crude with a play on words, or an erotic picture will be followed by a casual sentence – her drawings are a mixture of the unexpected, they are linking together playfulness and sincere reflections.
Katerina Netupskaya was born in 1988 in Moscow. Since 2013 she has been based in Bali. She has a degree at the Moscow State University of Culture and Arts in cultural studies, social anthropology and history of arts. As a visual artist she is focused on illustrations and murals of minimalistic style. Her first drawings within this manner she has created in 2017. Being a self-taught artist, Katerina has developed her own way of expressing the ideas on paper – simple black line images are always followed by written sentences to bring into the drawing strong sense and meaning. Katerina has been a participant in group exhibitions in Canggu, Bali. She also had a solo show in March 2021. There are restaurants and cafes in town, decorated with her black and white style murals and exposing some of the original artworks.