OKSANA MOVCHAN

 "A significant characteristic of my artistic language is the use of line, exploring its full potential; it can be read as fragile or convincing. "


Throughout my journey as an artist I have been interested in reflecting on life’s biggest mysteries in my art pieces. I Am Who I Am; Heaven Falls to Earth by Flowers; Blessing Hand; Buddha Garden; Banishment from Paradise; Exodus; How to imagine the Trinity and Icon are a few titles of my art pieces. A significant characteristic of my artistic language is the use of line, exploring its full potential; it can be read as fragile or convincing. This dynamic potential of line enables me to translate my thinking process and emotions and to layer and express various meanings and conceptual themes. I am most intrigued by the idea of delivering the message of the complexity of life and how everything is not necessarily as it seems. Life’s biggest mysteries and wonders, such as birth, love,
transformation, and faith fascinate me and are often the focus of my work.
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