Margarita is an artist and art teacher based in Boston, MA. Originally from Moscow, she draws much of her inspiration from her Russian heritage. She is a 2014 graduate of the Tufts/SMFA Combined Degree program, where she received a BS in Biopsychology and BFA in Fine Art. Since graduating she has shown her work in various venues throughout the city, in both solo and group exhibitions.
Experimentation is Margarita’s only constant. She makes everything from large expressive oil and acrylic paintings, to 3D mixed media ink and encaustic works. In her most recent project Margarita explores the characters of Russian folklore, personifying them as individuals, while also employing them as a means of self-expression and as escape from modernity. She often works in collaboration with her father, Viktor Krylov, who is a hobbyist woodworker living in Moscow, and often carves the fun wood masks for her works.
Feel free to contact Margarita if you have any questions about her work, for inquiries about pricing/availability, or if interested in collaboration
617 939 7555