Innate creative work
Life is a perpetual canvas. Svetlana drew as long as she could remember, since the earliest childhood. Communication with the relatives and outer world by means of painting was the most natural and amazing way of self-expression.
Svetlana’s first artworks won general applause even during her study in Moscow State Art Institute named after V.I. Surikov of Russian Academy of Arts. A personal exhibition in the Central House of Artists is an incredible, fantastic success for the student of the early 90th. This landmark event opened a door to collaboration with renowned international publishers and galleries that were not confused by comparative artistic youth of the painter.
EVOLUTION OF THE NAME
Being inspired by artworks of Gustav Klimt and Alphonse Mucha, Svetlana constantly raised the level of her experience in academic style and continued searching for her own unique style: retreating from planar backdrops, achieving a true-to-life execution in conjunction with fully fantastic plot.