Art, in some form or another, was in my life from the first day that I remember. I was always drawing, painting, performing, playing music, sewing, or creating something.
Being a student of an art college, I realized that I didn’t want to be the sort of artist who sits in her studio, giving birth to a painting on canvas just for her own pleasure. I understood that I wanted to bring my art out of the walls of a studio and give it to everyone, everyone on the street.
That’s when I decided to become a muralist.
After accomplishing my first public art projects and wall murals, the feeling of fulfillment and the amazing feedback I received from the public confirmed that I was on the right path.
I love creating art for people’s homes and decorating public spaces and seeing how much it changes people’s attitudes towards an environment. Art gives them appreciation for their community and makes them love their homes in a new way. That’s what inspires me and makes me feel at my best as a muralist.