United States

painter, concept artist, photographer, sculptor, and poet.


Nadezda's artwork is focused on narratives carefully gathered from the hidden chambers of her imagination as well as live theater-inspired work with actors, dancers, and models. Like a quilt stitched of poetic realities, Nadezda’s mysterious world defies the mundane. With a non-linear creative process flowing between different media, the artist explores various vantage points in her creations. Such a dynamic approach inspires her mind’s eye to focus on the worlds within and evoke an uninterrupted, creative transmission which is then channeled through her paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography, writing and film. Nadezda’s contribution to concept art includes work on such films as “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales”, “Kong: Skull Island”, “King Arthur: Legend of the Sword” and many others. At THU she will be sharing her creative experiences and techniques to inspire the tribe to explore their own ever-expanding inner universe.