Serena Kovalosky studied independently with master artists and craftspersons in London, England and Montreal, Canada. As she honed her techniques, she also worked with Abenaki and other Native artists who guided her in the spiritual traditions behind their creative process. Kovalosky’s work reflects the organic forms, natural textures and earthy tones of the woodlands of the Northeast U.S.
Serena Kovalosky exhibits regularly in museums, juried exhibitions and fine art galleries in the U.S. and Canada and her artwork is collected in homes and businesses throughout the world. Her work was featured in Adirondack Life Magazine as well as on Canada's Life Channel and Quebec's Canal Vie She been interviewed by Artscope, Adirondack Life, Professional Artist and Art Animal and has appeared on Northeast Public Radio, and the BBC. Her studio is located in upstate New York.
Kovalosky is also a producer, curator, cultural project developer and owner of Artful Vagabond Productions, specializing in exhibitions and cultural events and films that promote the visual arts as a viable and valuable commodity, particularly in rural areas.