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Fragility is precious

Fragility is a nature of the human condition.

Even the body bears the meaning of endurance in the mind we still play with the preciousness of a moment and we experience it with every breath.

I see the fragility in own realization of being among certain circumstances and so I use this concept through all the steps of creating my artworks.

See invisible by seeking the manifestation…

Although the materials the artists of the two-dimensional art can use today are comparable in durability and sustainability and color lightfastness, there is still something saying “fragile” when you see the pastel drawing behind the glass. That´s why I use it for my current work.

To create the fragile character of elusiveness…

I begin drawing with a ruler and scissors, before choosing the best colors of soft pastels for the work and I think how the idea will appear processed through these means.

If someone asked me how long I would like my art last, I would probably answer that as long as it will last in the right place at the right time seen by the right pair of eyes unless the meaning of the art creates new circumstances in someone’s life.

But I have also bit selfishly created the picture in my mind of my artworks hanging in a bright room with big windows through which one can see a beautiful natural scene…

Bringing the connection with nature through the art and interior

I always liked the time spent out of the comfort zone for the feeling of belonging.I work with the idea of unifying the body with nature and natural elements in the living space.

Human dwellings were built to protect people from natural influences.

The interiors today create, although highly comfortable, a great barrier between the outdoor atmosphere and the one, we are able to design inside. It shapes the way of our every day.

I like to imagine that the value and meaning of the artwork changes with the owner. And the owner I mean the one who surrenders his thoughts for some time to the art in his view.

It is exciting to be a part of the reaction on what the art reflects in the eyes of the viewers and their personal opinions according to their lives and in the atmosphere they live.

And I can just wonder how what they see forms the thoughts at that moment. SP

Lifestyle in and out of the city

It is the city culture and the innovative way of cities that brings the artistic sense to their streets so not only the tourists can experience its cultural aesthetics and enjoyable atmosphere. I like to visit big cities for this concentrate feel. Fast and intense feed of anything you choose to get inspired. But then I love even more leaving the city swirls and busy life behind, heading to my source of inspiration.

“Out of the Big City” Girl

Everybody loves being social, the busy lifestyle that asks for sharing our original way of being, though most of the people dream of the beach house view and quiet sounds of superior calmness of natural paradise. There is always an equilibrium of dualities. Big cities give and take. From my perspective, I have never settled down in the big city for its lack of trees. Now I also stand on halfway from my dream paradise. It is just not the same as the one I would enjoy on a two-weeks holiday after half a year of hard work.

Living near forest allows me to draw inspiration for my work which keeps me motivated every day. SP

Offline experience awakens the creativity in you

There is always something to look for every day, such as weather forecast… We open our laptops or swipe a finger over the phone display yet in the comfort of the bed half woke up.

Offline or online. Where does your inspiration come from?

Only a few of us would really open a window or go out to the garden to find out how the clouds are moving to decide what to wear when the internet does such a great service for us.

Offline experience awakens the creativity in you

Being offline means putting more effort into even the simplest things. Unrealized, being inspired and attracted by constant online pop-ups that are there to remind us of our intentions we cannot measure with what the true experience is. It´s becoming scares as never because, blinded by the light of ever developing technology, it has become too hard to do.

Imagine you are about to find a creative solution for some challenging task without using the internet and instead use your own memory. The mind seems trained for massive waves of information that suddenly does not have, and is looking for something to refresh the new connections.

It is like old books that are sitting on the shelf no longer for their content. When you switch offline they become needed again and you can be happy for having good titles to read.

This idea brought me to how likely there are many artworks that have become pieces of decoration and that people live passing the actual content of other people’s creations and so they miss the opportunity of real experience.

In my view, the difference between an online and an offline inspiration is extraordinary in the ability of the viewer to see the value and realization of his own values in comparison. Which then can result in one´s decisions. SP