Larissa is an artist, designer-colorist and architect. She is the most original colorist of Montmartre, Paris, where she has lived and worked since 1998. Larissa received a Ph.D. in Arts (Bordeaux, 2004) and a degree in Architecture (Saint Petersburg, 1988). She is the author of two books, Color in the City and Symbolic of Colors. She is a Professor of color at the ITECOME Art & Design School in Paris and the President and Founder of the Color-Space-Culture International Association. Her personal artwork combines freedom with inner strength and this alliance characterizes all her works in art, fashion design and architecture. Her tactile paintings are imbued with poetry, where love and dreamlike fantasy prevail as in the work of Monet's impressionism, Chagall's paintings with romantic colors, or Kandinsky's compositions by improvised movements. She has participated in more than 30 solo and group exhibitions in France, the United States, Japan, Australia, Portugal, Spain, Korea, India, China, Malaysia, Argentina, Egypt and other places in the world.
Her artwork is featured in many private collections and nine world museums. She has created a unique collection of painted dresses with Jean-Marie Pujol, who worked at Yves Saint Laurent's atelier, highlighting new technology in art and fashion design.