Discover the ocean from a whole new perspective! We sat down with environmental artist Nikolina Kovalenko to learn about her unique experiences and why she cares about saving coral reefs.
Nikolina Kovalenko is a Brooklyn-based artist whose works are inspired by humanity’s psychological connection with nature and strive to expose the consequences our everyday actions have on the environment. She focuses on issues such as global warming, deforestation, and coral bleaching, as well as processing and interpreting visual landscapes and cultural associations. Currently, her work is on display at Caldwell Gallery Hudson in New York, and 20% of the show proceeds benefit our work at the Coral Reef Alliance.
Kovalenko holds a Gold Medal from the Russian Art Academy, with work showcased in the US, Russia, Japan, France, and Iceland, in addition to various corporate and private collections worldwide. This event has already passed, but feel free to view a recording of the presentation below.