Violetta Bogdanova develops various techniques with a strong focus on painting and collage. Her language is still developing, but her early works can be attributed to mystical realism and discerning interest in spiritual practices. Later works tend to be abstract and are dominated by light pastel colors, which, according to the artist, serve as a way to detoxify the world overloaded with visual information. Painting the designs in a repeated pattern over an ethereal, pastel backdrop—inspired by the snowy landscapes of her home in North Kazakhstan—Bogdanova foregrounds the subtlety in the structures’ appearance and underscores the presence of beauty in even the most utilitarian objects.
Violetta has worked in cities such as Petropavl, Tokyo, Shanghai, Milan, Moscow, and Beijing.