Working in traditional and contemporary print, painting, sculpture and installation, Ms. Kronika explores lost languages, ancient and contemporary ruins, and construction. Her urban inspired photography, relief and embossment etching, wood and linocut works run in limited editions and mono prints. Through her painting and drawing, Ms. Kronika illustrates mythology, symbols, elements and archetypes. Her sculpture and installations of found materials and clay continue a dialogue between language and symbolism.
Ms. Kronika received her Associate of Fine Arts at Kankakee Community College, and her mixed media work is included in their permanent collection. During continuing studies, she created on-site installation work at the Governor’s State University sculpture park. These works are documented in both digital photography and original drawings.
Over the last twelve years, Ms. Kronika has worked with numerous art galleries, organizations, and leagues in Chicago and the surrounding suburbs. Her work with non-profit arts groups includes the Community Arts Council of Kankakee and an internship at Anchor Graphics @ Columbia College. Additional freelanced work includes book illustrations, one-of-a-kind costumes, and painted portraits.