Marina Polshina-Maltseva is an enamel artist. She was
born in 1980 in Russia.
In 1999 has graduated with honors Abramtsev Art and
Industry collage of Vasnetsov.
In 2005 has graduated Rostov State Academy of
Architecture and Art. Obtained qualification is Bachelor of Arts.
Nowadays lives in Montenegro, Kotor. She works in a
technique of a «hot enamel».
She often takes part in: city, regional, all-Russian
and international exhibitions. She is a regular participant of Russian Festival of design in the Caucasian Mineral Waters.
Since 2006 she is a member ofInternational Federation of Artists and a member of
Artists Union of Russia.
She has got a certificate of participation in
Academic mobile exhibition from Arts Academy.
Works of the artist are situated in galleries and
private collections all over the world.
Participation in exhibitions
1999 First All-Russian Festival of Design in the Caucasian
Mineral Waters , Zheleznovodsk
2000 First International Symposium on hot enamel in the Caucasian
2002-2007 All-Russian ( International ) Festivals of design, final exhibition in
Zheleznovodsk, Pushkin gallery
2002 Exhibition "Orthodox icon", Zheleznovodsk
2004 Exhibition of portraits "Alone with the canvas ", project for
exhibition "Russia at the Turn of the Millenniums "
2004 Women artists works exhibition of the North Caucasus. The project " Between Two Worlds : Creative Space of Caucasian
Women between Culture of Tradition and Culture of Civilization "
2006 Christmas Exhibition, Stavropol
2006 Guild Artists Exhibition of enamellers of south Russia: "Art
2008 Exhibition "Still Life", Pyatigorsk
2010 Stavropol, Pyatigorsk. Academic exhibition of artists of South
2011 Personal exhibition "Women's Vision", Pyatigorsk
2011 Citywide Masters exhibition devoted to the Day of the City
"Pyatigorsk today and tomorrow"
2012 Exhibition of Young Artists of south Russia , Essentuki
2012 Personal exhibition, Kotor, Montenegro
2013 Member of 28th International Art Competition in
Chelsea, Agora Gallery , New York, USA
2013 Personal exhibition "Hot Enamel. Turn back to forward "
in Novi Sad , Serbia
2014-2015 Personal Exhibition, Prague, Czech Republic