What are the major themes you pursue in your work?
Nature and natural sciences inspire me. When studying at the Art Academy, I did my written thesis about art and science. I want to understand the hard but beautiful rules of energy and matter. I deeply admire all unbelievable life in this world of chaos and order. In my art, this invisible world of science seems to unite my works. In paintings, I am trying to present an inaccurate passing moment, for example, in wire-sculpting the emptiness of matter. Recently, geometric patterns seem to appear in my paintings. I like to work in an expressive way, but the target is clear for me. Impression should be fine both from a distance and at close range.

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What are the major themes you pursue in your work?
Nature and natural sciences inspire me. When studying at the Art Academy, I did my written thesis about art and science. I want to understand the hard but beautiful rules of energy and matter. I deeply admire all unbelievable life in this world of chaos and order. In my art, this invisible world of science seems to unite my works. In paintings, I am trying to present an inaccurate passing moment, for example, in wire-sculpting the emptiness of matter. Recently, geometric patterns seem to appear in my paintings. I like to work in an expressive way, but the target is clear for me. Impression should be fine both from a distance and at close range.

Go inside her Finland studio.
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What are the major themes you pursue in your work?
Nature and natural sciences inspire me. When studying at the Art Academy, I did my written thesis about art and science. I want to understand the hard but beautiful rules of energy and matter. I deeply admire all unbelievable life in this world of chaos and order. In my art, this invisible world of science seems to unite my works. In paintings, I am trying to present an inaccurate passing moment, for example, in wire-sculpting the emptiness of matter. Recently, geometric patterns seem to appear in my paintings. I like to work in an expressive way, but the target is clear for me. Impression should be fine both from a distance and at close range.

Go inside her Finland studio.
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What are the major themes you pursue in your work?
Nature and natural sciences inspire me. When studying at the Art Academy, I did my written thesis about art and science. I want to understand the hard but beautiful rules of energy and matter. I deeply admire all unbelievable life in this world of chaos and order. In my art, this invisible world of science seems to unite my works. In paintings, I am trying to present an inaccurate passing moment, for example, in wire-sculpting the emptiness of matter. Recently, geometric patterns seem to appear in my paintings. I like to work in an expressive way, but the target is clear for me. Impression should be fine both from a distance and at close range.

Go inside her Finland studio.
Zoom Info
What are the major themes you pursue in your work?
Nature and natural sciences inspire me. When studying at the Art Academy, I did my written thesis about art and science. I want to understand the hard but beautiful rules of energy and matter. I deeply admire all unbelievable life in this world of chaos and order. In my art, this invisible world of science seems to unite my works. In paintings, I am trying to present an inaccurate passing moment, for example, in wire-sculpting the emptiness of matter. Recently, geometric patterns seem to appear in my paintings. I like to work in an expressive way, but the target is clear for me. Impression should be fine both from a distance and at close range.

Go inside her Finland studio.
Zoom Info
What are the major themes you pursue in your work?
Nature and natural sciences inspire me. When studying at the Art Academy, I did my written thesis about art and science. I want to understand the hard but beautiful rules of energy and matter. I deeply admire all unbelievable life in this world of chaos and order. In my art, this invisible world of science seems to unite my works. In paintings, I am trying to present an inaccurate passing moment, for example, in wire-sculpting the emptiness of matter. Recently, geometric patterns seem to appear in my paintings. I like to work in an expressive way, but the target is clear for me. Impression should be fine both from a distance and at close range.

Go inside her Finland studio.
Zoom Info

What are the major themes you pursue in your work?
Nature and natural sciences inspire me. When studying at the Art Academy, I did my written thesis about art and science. I want to understand the hard but beautiful rules of energy and matter. I deeply admire all unbelievable life in this world of chaos and order. In my art, this invisible world of science seems to unite my works. In paintings, I am trying to present an inaccurate passing moment, for example, in wire-sculpting the emptiness of matter. Recently, geometric patterns seem to appear in my paintings. I like to work in an expressive way, but the target is clear for me. Impression should be fine both from a distance and at close range.

Go inside her Finland studio.

What are the major themes you pursue in your work?
The portrait is very important in my work. I started to draw people when I was a child. My actual subjects live in a sleepwalker’s universe, caught in a moment that lies between dreaming and waking. I’m interested in the hypnagogic hallucinations and the troubles of sleep, and I try to use some feminine symbols important from my childhood: the wool used in mattresses, hair, doilies, and so on…

Read on about this week’s artist to watch, Anna Madia.
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What are the major themes you pursue in your work?
The portrait is very important in my work. I started to draw people when I was a child. My actual subjects live in a sleepwalker’s universe, caught in a moment that lies between dreaming and waking. I’m interested in the hypnagogic hallucinations and the troubles of sleep, and I try to use some feminine symbols important from my childhood: the wool used in mattresses, hair, doilies, and so on…

Read on about this week’s artist to watch, Anna Madia.
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What are the major themes you pursue in your work?
The portrait is very important in my work. I started to draw people when I was a child. My actual subjects live in a sleepwalker’s universe, caught in a moment that lies between dreaming and waking. I’m interested in the hypnagogic hallucinations and the troubles of sleep, and I try to use some feminine symbols important from my childhood: the wool used in mattresses, hair, doilies, and so on…

Read on about this week’s artist to watch, Anna Madia.
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What are the major themes you pursue in your work?
The portrait is very important in my work. I started to draw people when I was a child. My actual subjects live in a sleepwalker’s universe, caught in a moment that lies between dreaming and waking. I’m interested in the hypnagogic hallucinations and the troubles of sleep, and I try to use some feminine symbols important from my childhood: the wool used in mattresses, hair, doilies, and so on…

Read on about this week’s artist to watch, Anna Madia.
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What are the major themes you pursue in your work?
The portrait is very important in my work. I started to draw people when I was a child. My actual subjects live in a sleepwalker’s universe, caught in a moment that lies between dreaming and waking. I’m interested in the hypnagogic hallucinations and the troubles of sleep, and I try to use some feminine symbols important from my childhood: the wool used in mattresses, hair, doilies, and so on…

Read on about this week’s artist to watch, Anna Madia.
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What are the major themes you pursue in your work?
The portrait is very important in my work. I started to draw people when I was a child. My actual subjects live in a sleepwalker’s universe, caught in a moment that lies between dreaming and waking. I’m interested in the hypnagogic hallucinations and the troubles of sleep, and I try to use some feminine symbols important from my childhood: the wool used in mattresses, hair, doilies, and so on…

Read on about this week’s artist to watch, Anna Madia.
Zoom Info

What are the major themes you pursue in your work?
The portrait is very important in my work. I started to draw people when I was a child. My actual subjects live in a sleepwalker’s universe, caught in a moment that lies between dreaming and waking. I’m interested in the hypnagogic hallucinations and the troubles of sleep, and I try to use some feminine symbols important from my childhood: the wool used in mattresses, hair, doilies, and so on…

Read on about this week’s artist to watch, Anna Madia.