About Anna Ladyzhenskaya
Internationally known artist, Anna Ladyzhenskaya, was born in Moldova, an Eastern European nation, when it was still part of the former Soviet Union. She completed art school there, earning her credentials in both the practice and teaching of Art, before going on to get her Master’s degree in Architecture. With over 30 years of experience in the art field, Anna works with all forms of media, from oils and pastels to watercolor and colored pencils, to create works that are just as diverse as the materials she uses, ranging in areas of focus from landscape, to still life and portrait.
Anna is a member of the Marin MOCA, and can often be found working at studio H in the 781 Palm Drive building. Besides the MOCA member shows and Marin Open Studios, her artwork has been featured in San Francisco's Celebration of Crafswomen at Fort Mason and can be seen at the Gallerie Elektra in Sausalito and other exhibits.