Erika Pochybova, a self-taught artist, is well-known for her unique style. Pochybova has created a body of work that stands out for its symbolic resonance, its metaphoric punch, and its divergence from computer-aided design. In 2014, Pochybova expanded her creative expression by adding work in spontaneous, gestural abstraction.
Pochybova’s artwork has been featured in national and international publications. She has received many awards, including the Silver and Merit Award in a New York City based national competition, a second place award in the Texas National competition, the second place award in a Houston-based national competition Texas Art. Erika was 3 times selected as a finalist for the Hunting Art Prize, as well as for multiple national exhibitions, including the national juried exhibition curated by Sarah Tanguy, an independent curator, arts writer & critic, and a curator for the Art in Embassies Program in Washington, DC. In January 2018, Erika’s work has been selected for five national and international juried exhibitions. In 2018, Pochybova was invited to exhibit with the Art in Embassies, organized by the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C.. Her newest projects include art commissions by Texas Tech University. In 2017, Pochybova was featured by the National Arts Program Foundation.