Growing up in industrial post-Soviet Russia, painting was the escape that got me through dreary seven-month winters. After moving to New Orleans in 2015, I found myself in a world I had only experienced through my paintings. The city has reflected in my work through vibrant colors and tropical birds and flowers.
My work is based on the simple, beautiful things that surround me and occupy my mind. My art incorporates feelings of love, happiness, and calmness through the combination of vivid and pastel colors, loose brushstrokes and organic forms. I’m drawn to visually pleasing images featuring smooth lines, biomorphic elements, and natural lighting.
My art has been exhibited in Vienna, Berlin, New York, Prague and other cities around the world. I have been commissioned to create ceiling and wall murals in restaurants and perform life painting at various venues such as the Los Angeles Equestrian Center. My art has appeared on the covers of foreign music records, published in international magazines, and even inspired a jewelry collection.
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