The exposition presents paintings and drawings by a St. Petersburg artist.
Masha Ivanova was born in Leningrad in 1990. From the age of 5, she began to draw with G.N. Yakovtsova, from 12 years old - in the school № 2 at E. N. Karakozova. In 2007, she entered the Department of Easel and Book Graphics of St. Petersburg State Pedagogical University named after Stieglitz, where she studied under the direction of V.I. It’s clean. She worked on the murals of the temple of the Kazan Icon of the Mother of God in the village of Ushaki under the direction of G.N. Yakovtsova. At the same time I was engaged in teaching. In 2015, she joined the Union of Artists. In 2016, she met with Alexander Florensky, who drew her attention to the culture of the Leningrad underground. In 2016-2019, she worked in the center for social adaptation for people with autism "Anton is nearby." Now a "free artist", studying fine art and does not stop working hard.