Of Gods and Engines is a steam punk series inspired by scientific explorations and applications as means for improving life yet resulting in adverse environmental deficiencies and resource shortage. The fine pen lines of utopia are discovered in the series of watercolour paintings and pencil drawings all of which have a hint of nostalgia and despair through colors and spaces.
Ekaterina Fasolko was born in 1993. She moved to Singapore from Russia in 2007. Passionate about art, particularly painting, since early childhood, Ekaterina was mentored by her aunt - a professional artist (impressionism in landscapes) based in Russian Federation. Ekaterina also graduated NAFA in Western Art with distinction in 2016. 2016 was a pivotal year for her works as she took part in UOB 2016 in emerging artist category and sold a number of paintings privately as well as at oncology-related charity events: Save The Box (Australia) and Polina's Birthday Fundraising Party (Singapore). 2017 marked Ekaterina’s entrance to Affordable Art Fair Singapore . Ekaterina’s favourite medium is watercolours on paper. She is especially keen about folk art, steam punk motives and realism landscapes.