2004. Graduate Ceramics Department at Moscow State University Design and Applied Arts named after S. G. Stroganov.
2005. Practice at the Imperial Porcelain Manufactory, Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Since 2006. Working as a porcelain artist (sculptor) in her own studios in Moscow, Russia and in Riga, Latvia.
Member of Union of Russian Artists.
Member of Creative Union of Russian Artists.
Member of International Academy of Ceramics (IAC).
Creative Union of Russian Artist gold medal (2010).
LMS Gallery (The Gallery of The Artist’s Union of Latvia, july-august 2019), Riga, Latviа.
Marc Chagall Museum (December 2018 – January 2019), Vitebsk, Belarus.
Moscow state museum The Bourganov house (2018, May-June).
Gallery Elysium (2018, February – March 2018), Vilnius, Lithuania.
Gallery KABINETT (2017, January - March), Berlin, Germany.
Jewish museum & Tolerance Center (2016, July - August), Moscow, Russia.
Moscow state museum The Bourganov house (2013, May), Russia
Central House of Artists, (2011, December), Moscow, Russia.
Presently Galina’s works may be found in collections of the Marc Chagall Museum, world famous ballet dancer Nikolai Tsiskaridze, great conductor Yuri Temirkanov, Natalia Opaleva, Konstantin Ernst, Maurice Bariush, Boris Friedman and other famous collections.
Modern art in my collection is presented by excellent porcelain works created by Galina Dulkina.
Pavel Teplukhin, Matrix capital, general partner, Member of the PJSC LUKOIL oil company Board of Directors
Galina Dulkina, a sculpture, undoubtedly, has her own original perception of the multi-faced world of cosmos, represented by a combination of geometric shapes. Using abstract compositions the author seeks to find harmony in the infinite space of the Universe, to feel its complexity and beauty, to “hear the flight of planets” and to get a “starry ticket” to the world of the unknown, inspired by the music of artistic fiction. I think, Galina Dulkina has achieved her goal: she inspired the audience to feel our harsh and at the same time beautiful star surrounding through images, created by her, and to get in touch with the future. I sincerely wish success to the sculptor.
Mikhail Marov, Academician, the Russian Academy of Sciences, The Lenin, State and Demidov Prize winner.
The artist's self-expression through quest for new complicated and brave forms seemed to me extremely interesting and promising. I was pleased to complement my small collection of porcelain modern sculptors with Galina's five works.
Maurice Barush, Gallery Popoff & Cie, Paris
Galina Dulkina sculptures look like a manifesto. Their composition is an endless movement. They are easily recognizable at any exposition or interior. The joy of recognition always keeps you stunned in view of new challenges and ideas brought forth by Galina's works.
М. Burganova, Doctor of Arts, professor, the RF merited artist.
My collection contains Galina's eight works. I observe her porcelain sculpture progress with scrutiny and have no doubts in success of a talented sculptor.
member of the Antiquity Experts and Art Dealers International Confederation Board.