Elena Bulatova, originally from Russia, is now an international artist who resides in Palm Springs, California, and Las Vegas, Nevada.
Elena Bulatova, is an internationally renowned artist, with always-growing collections and even faster-growing global recognition. Bulatova is a unique and versatile artist who works in a variety of mediums, while always maintaining her colorful aesthetic and positive meaning.
Bulatova began painting at a young age and the arts were an integral part of her childhood. Visiting museums and celebrating the arts during her formative years was a foundational base for Bulatova when she began to make her own artwork. Over the span of 10 years, Bulatova has created monumental-sized works and gained international recognition as she continuously challenges herself in scale and medium.
Elena Bulatova’s paintings explode with vibrant colors featuring significant splashes of metallic paint and the use of mixed media. Her artwork radiates with color, positivity, chrome finishes, and ultimately - joy. Bulatova has been celebrated for her artistic talent and business savvy with many awards, and she actively participates in philanthropic events, sharing her art and participating in the greater community. She is a recipient of a prestigious Fox fellowship at Yale University, as well as a stipend from the French Government in 2004 and admittance to Science Pro.
Bulatova’s artistic career catapulted in California putting her abstract paintings and her famous “Sweet Life” sculptures, Lollipops and Popsicles, into important private and public collections around the globe. Over the span of ten years, artwork by Elena Bulatova has been amassed into many private collections and public exhibitions worldwide, including in the USA, Canada, Mexico, Australia, and Russia.
Elena Bulatova has become a master, with artworks ranging in scale, style, and medium, unmatched by many others. Bulatova’s approach to life is one and the same as her muse for creation - celebrating all that life has to offer. “I really enjoy painting,” Bulatova said. “It gives me an opportunity to meet all kinds of people. I think the main reason is that I want to make something I love. When you love something, you enjoy it and you never work a day in your life.”