Ceramiс artist. Masha was born in Moscow in 1991. Graduated from The Moscow Architectural Institute in 2016. She studied the pottery and glazing at the Stroganov University in Moscow. She continued on learning raku technique at the Tuscan “la Meridiana School of Ceramics”. Masha also studied composition in ceramics and soda firing technique from the renowned English ceramists Eddie Curtis and Sandy Lockwood in 2019.
Masha created a series of 108 vases in collaboration with Vladimir Kosyak in 2020. 108 stand for the number of beads in her rosary, which she recites daily. Each vase is unique. Masha uses the traditional old-Russian technique of coating ceramics with dairy milk and re-firing it in kiln, she then polishes the surface with bee wax. This gives vases the depth of wood and a leather texture while keeping the organic aesthetics of nature intact.×
2019 — 108, Fabula Gallery, Moscow, Russia (together with Vladimir Kosyak)
2020 — Masks of Time, Ural Vision gallery, Ekaterinburg, Russia
2019 — Participation in the design exhibition at the Design School " Details"
2019 — Participation in the Salon Revelations exhibition
2019 — Participation in the exhibition of the Russian Museum of Decorative "Invented and made in Russia"
2017 — Participation in the major international exhibition Salon Revelations, Paris