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Katusha Ostroumoff Bull has been a full time sculptor since 2002, when she graduated from Heatherley School of Fine Art, Chelsea, with a Diploma in Figurative Sculpture. Her rise to prominence since then has been rapid. Her work has been internationally exhibited and appreciated, with key pieces now held in collections in the UK, US, Australia, Macau, Malta, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Canada, Norway and India.

Katusha’s creative achievements were formally recognised in 2005, when she was made an Associate of the Royal British Society of Sculptors. She has also been a featured artist in US magazine ‘Sculptural Pursuit’, a regular attendee at the marble/Marble sculpture symposium in Marble, Colorado, and an invited guest at the International Symposium of Sculpture at Bangalore, India.

Katusha brings rich and varied life experience to her sculptural practice. She grew up in Hong Kong, and then moved to Australia, where she began her career by working as a nurse. She has also been variously a ski patroller and instructor, a dressmaker, a cook, a real estate agent and a mother. Although she prefers to create in solitude, she enjoys maintaining ongoing relationships with the galleries and collectors who own and prize her work. She lives and works in London, but is a regular traveller and finds inspiration globally.
In January 2012, Katusha was elected to membership of the Society of Designer Craftsmen.