Evgeniia Mishchenko is a figurative Russian Artist. Her journey into the world of Art starts from an exceptional experience of traveling and living in different cultures and countries plunging her into diverse traditions. All this is reflected in her Art. Jenya Jem’s influences and inspirers were masters from Indonesia, Norway and Armenia. Her first Art exhibition was held among the creative aristocracy in the House of the Composer in Yalta city, Crimea. That day a record number of paintings were sold to the government and to the guests. From this excellent result her career continued to progress abroad. She was honorably invited by one of the most distinctive Chinese families in Singapore from which she organized her second Art exhibition where her paintings were sold, among the pieces was the portrait of the head of the Seng family Mr.Ong Beng Seng which was given to him as a gift. Afterwards, her art was exhibit in Shanghai, Kuala Lumpur, Paris and Bali. The materials she use are preferably oil and acrylic, with implementing her own unique technics. What concerns her is human nature, the difference between the people, cultures, the relationship between man and women. Art for her is a vital language, guidance for self-expression, a pure way of communication with the outside world. While her journey in France, she also began designing street clothes with unique paintings on it. Currently, Jenya is on the way of developing her own brand of art and streetwear.