Russian-born Anastasya Martynova is a multi disciplinary artist and designer based between London and Barcelona.

Martynova studied Historic Carving at City and Guilds of London Art School, where she developed the craft-based discipline that lies at the root of her practice.

A previous background of set design and art direction for the BBC, has allowed her to branch out and collaborate on a range of diverse projects ranging from surface design commissions to large-scale sculptural installations.

Aside from her own practice in London, Martynova is also a maker and craft expert at MUSEEA, an award-winning design and curation studio, based in Barcelona, creating large scale immersive environments and exhibition designs that are showcased worldwide.

Anastasya has an strong affinity with plants and the healing power of nature. She endeavours to use sustainable materials where possible and has recently partnered with Onetreeplanted, a charity that plants trees from the proceeds of her limited edition art scarves.



2019, “Peckham Craft Show” as part of London Craft Week, group exhibition at Copeland Gallery, London.
2018, “Penetrating Luminosity”, solo exhibition at Studio 90, London.
2017, "Animal, Vegetable, Mineral" at The New Craftsmen, London.
2017, "Craft Event" and new showroom opening at Proportion>London, London.
2016, "London Craft Week" at City & Guilds of London Art School, London.
2015, Clive Christian at Harrods, London.
2014, "The Drapers' Company 650th Anniversary Fayre" at the Drapers' Hall, London.
2014, "Woodcarving and Gilding Degree Show" and City & Guilds of London Art School, London.
2013, "The Lord Mayor's Tree Party" at Mansion House, London.
2013, "The Olympia International Fine Arts and Antiques Fair", London.


Prizes and Awards:

The William Wheeler Prize for Outstanding Work 2014
The Drapers’ Company Grinling Gibbons Scholarship 2013
The Drapers’ Company Grinling Gibbons Scholarship 2012
The Fishmongers Menu Design Competition Winner 2012
BBC Visions Design Trainee Scheme Winner 2007



Diploma in Ornamental Woodcarving & Gilding - Distinction
City & Guilds of London Art School (2010-2014)

MA Production Design for Film and TV – Distinction
Kingston University (2004-2005)

BA (Hons.) Theatre Design – Merit
Wimbledon School of Art (2001-2004)



2019, Cross stitch tapestries, beaded glass sculptures and large-scale, straw sculptural installation for the “Arctic, While the Ice is Melting exhibition at the Nordic Museum, Stockholm.
2018, Perspex gilded, geometric panels for Topshop/Bluetit collaboration, London.
2017, Treetop Bar entrances, Dreamland, Margate: commissioned by d-raw.
2016, Trio of gilded glass sacred geometry inspired etchings and triangular abstract stained-glass effect lightbox window commissioned by Blue Tit London for the interior of their new Streatham Salon.
2016, Perspex incased 2D bird made from colour human hair and and sacred geometry mural commissioned by Blue Tit London for the interior of their new Brixton Salon.
2016 Reverse painted glass panels with white gold and gold leaf accents, to be fitted in a sash window to give a stained glass effect for private residence in Marylebone.
2015, Gilded Glass Panels commissioned by Blue Tit London for the interior of their new Brockley Salon.
2015, Selection of gilded glass lid boxes for various private clients, London.
2015, Carved mannequin arms commissioned by Museea for “Utopian Bodies – Fashion Looks Forward”, Liljevalchs, Stockholm.
2014, Hand-carved sign for Blue Tit London.
2014, Gilding to Sutton Place Gates, Surrey.
2013, Hot air balloon made for Mr Fogg’s Residence, Mayfair.
2013, Visual Artist for "A Queen Within - Adorned Artefacts, Fashion and Chess' for World Hall of Fame at Christie's Auction House, New York
2012, Finishing and gilding artists for the Spirit of Chartwell for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee


Full CV available on request.


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