My passion for art started at an early age. Growing up I spent a lot of time in the suburbs in my grandparent’s place, where I was able to observe the beauty of nature, energy of people and animals. I was introduced early to the magical world of books and this also played a major role in my art development. My first medium was pencils - I used to spend hours sketching animals and surrounding nature. In secondary school I started exploring different media such as pastels, oil paints, acrylics and watercolours. I enjoy trying different techniques, browsing through various art styles. I was always fascinated by the vibrancy and intensity of the colours in glass and the way it comes to life when exposed to light, stained glass windows in churches or sun catchers and I tried to duplicate those effects in my digital work, blending them with my view of the world – the lines and connections between nature and people. A few years ago I started experimenting with painting on glass. Being a self-taught artist gives me pleasure and freedom to find my own style while expressing myself with mediums I choose to work with. My work evolves through my own personal experience finding an inspiration in nature, folklore, myths and legends. I love to explore unique colours, movement, energy, texture, emotions and music with every new work