Ivanova Ekaterina was born in Moscow in the family of muralist Alexander V. Ivanov. As the father led the art Studio, Catherine learned to draw, probably before she could walk. As a child she participated in 12 international exhibitions. The first international exhibition took place when she was 4 years old. In 1988 at the exhibition in Lidice (Czech Republic), she won the silver medal. The question of the choice of a profession never occurred. Since childhood, it was decided to pursue art. In 1995 Catherine was admitted to the Moscow Academic Art School of memory of 1905 for the painting Department. And at the same time began to gain experience in monumental painting, helping to paint the Church of the Nativity of the blessed virgin Mary, located in the district of Kapotnya in Moscow. After graduating from College, together with the father engaged in painting several churches, including: Church of the Nativity in Zvenigorod (Moscow oblast); the Church of St. Nicholas in Tehran (Iran); the Temple of Kazan God's Mother in the Kaluga area (Moscow); the Church of St. Philip the Apostle Orthodox Church in Sharjah (United Arab Emirates). During my studies in College, she was finding myself as an artist. Tried to work in different techniques, different styles. Today, the artist has come to Express their perception of the world in bright, colorful, emotional. Her style is decorative in nature, where the main role is played by the sonorous color combinations. Safely works in watercolors and pastels. In 1998 Ekaterina Ivanova began to participate in exhibitions already as a professional artist. Since 2002 is member of the International Association "art of the peoples of the world." Since 2003 member of Union of Artists of Russia, member of International Association of Fine Arts – IAPA UNESCO. Since 2010 member of the Moscow Union of Artists, in the monumental section. Continued participation in several exhibitions in Russia and abroad attracted the attention of professional connoisseurs of her work. Artwork of Ekaterina Ivanova are in the museums of Omsk, Petushki, in private collections in Russia and abroad.