Aleksandra Cherepanova is a young painter from Moscow, Russia. She graduated in 2007 from the Academy of Painting department of Moscow Academy of Education and majored in easel and monumental painting. Since 2008 she has been a member of the MUA (Moscow Union of Artists), Monumental Art section.
"Basically, I work in oil paints. And most often I prefer large and very large artwork formats. However, for my creative life, I've been through so many different materials. And sometimes I do something else. For example, a mosaic made of stone or glass, a fresco, a sculpture. I also paste paper, cloth and various objects in the artworks. I also do incredibly many artworks on paper. A lot of watercolors and pastels. Despite the fact that I really love watercolor, I treat small format paintings on paper as sketches. Then I make three-meter artwork out of them. " - Read our interview with Aleksandra Cherepanove in The Crazy Mind magazine.