"Georgia" by Kate Tova
Acrylics, Sequins, Glitter, Holographic film and Gold Leaf on Wood
Portrait of a Brazilian model. "When I first saw this woman she radiated confidence, beauty, and strength. I wanted to portray this feeling visually." The print on her clothing is taken from the poem "Georgia" by Andrew Zawacki.Kate Tova is a full-time contemporary artist currently living and working in San Francisco. In her recent work, she experiments with vibrant, large-scale multimedia artworks, incorporating reflective mediums and think textures.
Kate was born in the small riverside town of Balakovo, Russia. As a child, she demonstrated early virtuosity in visual arts and soon moved to Moscow to expand her opportunities in the busy capital. Her constant urge to create and experiment won her recognition across Russia, Europe and the United States. In 2015 she moved to New Orleans, where she began working as a full-time artist. After four bright and successful years in the Big Easy, she moved once more to San Francisco.