Artist member since 2019
Ethel Voronkova is an Ontario-based Stylized Abstract Artist. Born in the Philippines, she moved to Canada with her family at the age of nine. She studied Fine Art at Centennial College and Graphic Design at Humber College. In 2017 she pursued Art full-time and has since participated in Group and Solo shows, including exhibits at Arta Gallery and Twist Gallery in Toronto, a solo show at the Hamilton City Hall, the annual juried show at the Toronto Outdoor Art Fair and the Annual One-Of-A-Kind Show in Toronto. Ethel’s paintings are in private collections all over Canada and rented by corporate businesses all over Ontario. She currently lives and has a studio in Brantford, Ontario.
Describe your home in 3 words
Work In Progress.
Beverage of choice
coffee, coffee and more coffeeeee
I'm really good at making (a) ...
Desserts. I love to bake when I find the time.
When I'm not making art, I'm (a) ...
I'm Mama this, Mama that.
Why is art important to you?
Art has been my safe place for a very long time. It has helped me get through a lot of difficult moments in my life and it has also led me to the greatest people and things in my life. Art and making Art has always felt really natural to me and It's been a part of me for as long as I can remember.
Describe the person your work appeals to in 3 words
Contemplative, Minimal, Bold
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