Alina Danilova was born in Moscow on May 20, 1989. Currently she lives and works in Sochi. Alina Danilova has been fond of fine art since childhood. For eight years, she has studied at the Krasnopresnenskaya children's art school under the direction of Olga Mironova. She paints her artworks in different styles such as realism, expressionism, impressionism, surrealism, abstraction. Her preferred media include pastel, oil and watercolor. She favors bright, light, and pure colors. Her works radiate energy and movement, yet evoke peace and tranquility. Alina’s art reflects life in its diversity. Her paintings blend mysticism with reality, teasing the viewer’s imagination and arousing a desire to unveil deeper meaning. Artist’s statement: Creation is a way to transmit ideas, thoughts, and emotions to others. My art seeks to make this world better, more beautiful. My works endeavor to create a vehicle for transcending human existence in its current state. I consider the following thought very important: “We are all one, and each of us is a reflection of ourselves. And nothing is real but the soul. And we are all here for one purpose." It is important not to forget that conscience is the voice of god in the soul of a person. I share the opinion of the director A. Tarkovsky that artists exist only because the world is imperfect. We have a lot to work on.
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- Krasnopresnenskaya children's art school (1995-2003): Studied under Olga Mironova; - Academy of labor and social relations (2006-2011).