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Waterlines: Photography and Drawings by Elena Volkova at Paperwork Gallery

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Waterlines Opening Reception: Friday, February 8, from 7-9 p.m.
Exhibition: February 8 – March 15, 2008
Paperwork Gallery is located at 107 E. Preston Street / Baltimore, MD
http://paperworkgallery.blogspot.com

Elena Volkova

Artist Bio:
Elena Volkova was born and raised in Kiev, Ukraine, and moved to the US in 1994. In 2007 she earned an MFA in Studio Arts from the Maryland Institute College of Art where she studied under the mentorship of John E. Penny, PhD, and a BFA in Photography, minor in Art History from MICA. Elena has exhibited work in Baltimore, Washington DC, New York, Philadelphia, Illinois, and Virginia. She received several recognitions and awards, including the Janis Meyer Traveling Fellowship which allowed her to photograph the outskirts of Russia in 2003. Volkova resides in Baltimore, MD.

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