In 1987, Lana graduated from Art College, where she specialised in painting large murals.
In 1989, she started working, and specialised in ceramic art. She then graduated from the Moscow University of Lenin in 1991, where she had been studying both Arts and Crafts. Finding ceramic work the best way to exhibit her talent, in 2000, Lana created her first big porcelain collections, called "The City" and “The Family”, which later received several accolades in London.
In 2015 Lana opened her own Kent Talents Art Studio & Gallery in Broadstairs; this enabled her to devote her time and skills to being a full time artist and art tutor. Many of her works have been sold to private collections across the world, including the UK, Russia, Australia, the USA, Canada, Norway, Sweden, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Israel, France, Italy, Germany, Singapore, South Africa, Austria and Ireland.
In 2017, Lana was elected as a Member of the Royal Society of Miniature Painters, Sculptors & Gravers, receiving an award for the Most Outstanding Sculptors' & Gravers' work at the RMS Exhibition 2017; she then went on to receive the People’s Choice Award in 2018.
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