My love for art started in my childhood. As the daughter of an art teacher, I lived in a house that very often resembled a large studio. I could watch my father paint for hours.
I quickly learned how to handle paint, ink and charcoal.
It was a fantastic world full of creativity and freedom. It made a huge impression on me! Later in my teens I started painting myself. After a long break I decided to give it another try. The lessons of painting and drawing helped me a lot to discover what I want to do!
I want to portray people and show their emotions. I use different techniques in my works. I like experimenting with the colors and composition. Expressionism and Fauvism inspire me enormously. But the most important thing for me is the moment of creation itself, because I am always looking for my way in the art world.