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"I think and think and think,
and I've thought myself out of happiness one million times,
but never once into it."
Jonathan Safran Foer
How it all started
One of the questions I find particularly difficult to answer is "Where are you from?" Because there isn't a short answer, or even an answer sometimes. I was born in 1988 in Siberia, grew up in a town on a small island in the Far East of Russia (do you know where the Pacific Ocean begins?), then lived, studied and worked in Vladivostok, Moscow, the United States and Ireland. The last time I moved from Ireland to Italy, where I got married.

Moving to a new country where I didn't know the language and couldn't find a way to navigate myself through daily life in a small village, had no friends and no clear life plan - it has been quite a miserable time. I felt completely broken.

Then one day I got colors and brushes and remembered how I painted in an art school as a kid. I started painting simple things that I saw around me - apples, flowers, cups. It all seemed so peaceful to me. I took classes, I started learning and practicing more, I became more and more passionate about painting, and I got better at it, and one day me and my husband noticed that the house became full of paintings and it was beautiful. That was when I realised I had created beauty, and I wanted to do more. I wanted to take control over my life again, and art was my rope to hold on to.

I believe, little things in life are as valuable as the big ones. Life is made of little moments, like a puzzle, where every piece is important to complete the picture. They help us appreciate the present moment and not overload our mind with whatever big life problems there are. That is why I decided to create these feel-good, cozy, no-drama paintings that are nice to look at.

I am essentially a self taught artist, but I keep learning and always looking for ways to improve and master my skills. I want my art to make people feel good about the present moment and enjoy simple things.
Each and every one of my paintings is created carefully and with joy - to make your home a happy place.
"When I look at you, I can feel it.
I look at you, and I'm home."
Dory (Finding Nemo, 2003)
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