The artwork examines the impact of social media and social isolation on children.
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My works are primarily representational covering a wide range of subjects with an intent to capture immediacy, impermanence, and let authentic energy shine through.
I was born and raised near Moscow, Russia, and received my fine arts training at a school affiliated with a historical artist colony where great Russian artists found creative inspiration. After my move to the United States, I pursued career paths in business and academia, and only in 2017, I was able to return to painting full-time, drawing inspiration from my immediate surroundings. I have been actively participating in local and regional exhibitions and in 2021 became a member of Connecticut Women Artists Inc.