Katerina Husar Lazarova

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I grew up in the Czech Republic, where I studied graphic design and art therapy. I explored different styles, from detailed acrylic and oil paintings of flowers to depictions of girl faces. After I moved to the US in 2018, I started to attend Mesa College, and in 2021 I completed my studies with an Associate of Arts degree. In 2021 I transferred to UCSD as an undergraduate student in Studio Arts. During my studies, I tried to get more into the art scene in San Diego, where I, for instance, participated in Art Walks in Little Italy or Liberty Station, and also in Laguna Beach. I'm a board member of The San Diego Museum of Art Artists Guild.
My interest in creating art is rooted in my relentless search for answers within myself. Such answers are hidden behind the upper layer of everyday life experiences, and my paintings are mainly based on personal narratives. This search for reasons why things happen to me and how my thought structures are reflected in these situations shapes my work. Often repeated themes are female experience of perception of the world and the influence of expectation on woman from her surroundings.