Letter from the artist.
Ever since I was a young girl, details drew me closer to them than a plain surface without any intricacies to it. I would stop by and absorb the surface for minutes, sometimes hours and understand how beautifully has nature intertwined us all.
From our nerves to the bark of a tree, the soil or the ocean waves, I ended up seeing texture even in shadows of things. The shadow of a grill, the details of human hair, and so much more.
My love for details stood very obvious when I started to paint as a contemporary artist. I was always inclined to create my own textures, to use different substance from nature, man made, and knit them into a piece of art.
For I firmly believe, an art piece with texture would stand with so much more mystery, and yet speak volumes of emotions than a canvas with paint alone.
Here is my journey, on discovering expressionism, realism and art.