Anna is a professional artist based in St. Petersburg, Russia.

She was born in north Russia, surrounded by a harsh climate and restrained landscapes in which her artwork is often inspired.

The artist considers oil to be the most lively, versatile and time-tested material. The sense of depth in her abstracts is achieved through a multi-layered technique and the use of brushes, palettes, knives, rags, her own hands and fingers, and any other tool that inspires her.

Anna’s style evolved from realist paintings to abstract pieces created spontaneously as a way to express her inner world, emotions and experiences through a variety of natural landscapes that she then portrays onto the canvas.

Her work is in private collections in the USA, United Kingdom, China, Germany, Belgium, Australia, and Russia.

She’s also actively exhibiting her art, with an upcoming exhibition in October 14, 2021, at the ERARTA Museum of Contemporary Art in St. Petersburg.

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