Art was always a part of my life, since my young years, and it was always abstract art- unexplain-able, non-figurative, non- objective and conceptual form of being. I took classes of abstract art much later in life, when given an opportunity in most unlikely circumstances, years ago, in a class of a local artist in the USA , who believed in me , watched me grow and taught me a lot of things which were like a new foreign language to me at times, and sometimes were like some-thing I have known all along and had forgotten- my acrylic on canvas paintings with happy col-ors, fuchsia being a favorite among many others, were bold, large scale and a work of passion. Representing the USA, my adoptive country and Belarus/UKRAINE as my countries of origin, and having traveled the world and living on two continents gives me a broad and unique and different perspective of global connectedness through art- and I am happy to share the joy, love and passion of my art with the world at large. This is truly joie de vivre! By now I have lived more than one life, and another one is unfolding - my art career is growing , and we all know it is not a coincidence like many think - I am amazed, grateful and humbled that I was approached by different galleries, and my year in pandemic was actually Made in Pandemic mode - many people advised me to wait till it is all over, and instead, I continued to take lessons in a new format, online, the only one from my class, and participated in International Art Fairs with my physical paintings exhibited, and signed contracts with two new art galleries - and now going onto an-other level with MADs Milano...digital exhibition!