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Natasha

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Natasha Dikareva was born and raised in Kiev, Ukraine and also studied in St. Petersburg, Russia during the hey-day of Soviet power. The genre of Soviet realism permeated Dikareva's young creative life. The narrow standard of approved art inadvertently pushed Dikareva to develop her own symbolic language. In 1995, an opportunity arose to move to the U.S. where Dikareva continued to pursue a vocabulary in ceramics at various studios in Minneapolis. After receiving her MFA from the University of Minnesota, Dikareva expanded her vision and embraced the notion of being an Eastern European artist. Now in San Francisco, a microcosmic universe continues to flourish within Dikareva's work. Students are constantly evolving into new or different levels of technical or conceptual proficiency. Each level is important and deserves specific attention at specific times. A primary goal of beginning class is to gain a toolbox of skills that students will use in various ways. As students enter more advanced understanding of a task of art making there is a transition from an external structure of the course to one of self-discipline. Students are challenged to push their limits from the way they feel familiar. Through creative experiments, student should sieve as much information as possible in order to find their voice. The student's spirit of curiosity and discovery continuously refreshes my own imagination. Teaching and learning between a teacher and a student is mutually reinforcing. I try to work with students at the pace they require. I respond to challenges.

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Natasha Dikareva was born and raised in Kiev, Ukraine and also studied in St. Petersburg, Russia during the hey-day of Soviet power. The genre of Soviet realism permeated Dikareva's young creative life. The narrow standard of approved art inadvertently pushed Dikareva to develop her own symbolic language. In 1995, an opportunity arose to move to the U.S. where Dikareva continued to pursue a vocabulary in ceramics at various studios in Minneapolis. After receiving her MFA from the University of Minnesota, Dikareva expanded her vision and embraced the notion of being an Eastern European artist. Now in San Francisco, a microcosmic universe continues to flourish within Dikareva's work. Students are constantly evolving into new or different levels of technical or conceptual proficiency. Each level is important and deserves specific attention at specific times. A primary goal of beginning class is to gain a toolbox of skills that students will use in various ways. As students enter more advanced understanding of a task of art making there is a transition from an external structure of the course to one of self-discipline. Students are challenged to push their limits from the way they feel familiar. Through creative experiments, student should sieve as much information as possible in order to find their voice. The student's spirit of curiosity and discovery continuously refreshes my own imagination. Teaching and learning between a teacher and a student is mutually reinforcing. I try to work with students at the pace they require. I respond to challenges.
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