Studio 8, 16 Belsham Street,
Space Studios, London, E9 6NG
Studio visits are by appointment.
Ekaterina Adelskaya (b. 1988, Moscow) is a Russian artist with Ukrainian roots, who lives and works in London. She focuses on sculptures and watercolours, mostly revolving around destruction and transformative processes.
Ekaterina holds a BA (Hons) in Fine Art with distinction from the University of Hertfordshire.
She has been exhibiting since 2015, including London Art Biennale, The Royal Academy of Arts in London, The Royal West of England Academy in Bristol, CICA Museum, Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art. Her works held in private collections in UK, Italy and Russia. In 2020 her object 'Blurring' has been acquired as part of the CICA Museum’s permanent collection in South Korea, whilst the painting 'Letting Go' won the "Watercolour 2nd Prize" at the Royal West of England Academy's 168th Annual Exhibition.
In 2021 Ekaterina participated in [SPACE] Studios Collaborative Residency, and the Royal Astronomical Society & Mayes Creative's "Above and Below - Ancient Materials Residency", where she developed her pigment-making and watercolour techniques.