As a Russian artist, Larisa Siverina wishes to compensate for their long winter and thick snow through her flower art prints.
Larisa Siverina is a Russian artist specializing in abstract, floral art prints. She got her degree from South Ural State University and used to be an engineer before becoming an economist and then she dabbled in photography and painting before finally settling for her artistic endeavor.
Larisa loves abstract art and for her, it is equally interesting to paint and make abstract digital photos. Her series of floral art prints was inspired by the wonderful mythical floral still-life artist Margriet Smulders.
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Trusting yourself matters
Larisa became an artist about ten years ago. She needed a lot of time before deciding to make her first work, she recalls. After all, her family was far from art. Her parents were engineers while she herself also graduated from the Politechnical University with an engineering degree and worked as an engineer for a long time. But at some point, she understood that any career outside of art didn’t bring her the pleasure and satisfaction she needed. So, she dedicated more time to creativity. Larisa is now living her dream, and she wishes for everyone to “trust yourself and be closer to art.” She also wishes to grant the opportunity to go beyond and overcome doubts, for people to believe in themselves.
I have always wanted to bring beauty and harmony to life.
– Larisa Siverina
Larisa currently pays more attention to digital creativity. “I am fascinated by abstract floral art,” she says. “I really love both spring and summer, and maybe with this, I will compensate for our long winter, flowers as opposed to snow and winter.”
Since she loves flowers, the sea, and the texture of nature, she decided to combine all this. “I bring a little chaos to my works,” she says. “The wind is lightness, mystery. I really like abstract forms and I do not really like rules and order. I try to show all this in my works, lightness, unpredictability, unexpectedness, and of course beauty.”
To see Larisa’s latest artworks, visit Saatchi Art >
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