My Art is a balance between the anonymity of life, the disappointments and defeats versus immense joy and happiness.

I feel art to be an expression of freedom and hope that gives me a tool to express myself with my
own perception of reality. My inspiration comes from the world that surrounds me.
In my journey trough life, I experienced many different cultures and this has deeply influenced my creative process.
My favourite techniques are oil and temper, using pigments and natural minerals. The colours with the variations they create, and my own personal view and interpretation of the subject are the two keys elementary principals that give life to my creative process. I enjoy experimenting painting on different materials. My canvas are populated by a set of lines, curves and colours that come together and move apart as they translate into the canvas my view and interpretation of the social issues that surround us today.


simona@simonavisan.com | www.simonavisan.com



Simona Visan is an emerging artist, working primarily in oils using natural pigments and minerals. She often employs bold colours and emotive tableaux in a contemporary manner.



Biography

Simona was born in 1972 in Romania where she spent the years of her childhood and adolescence, in an era cold and deprived of freedom of expression. In those days, the only time people were allowed to use imagination and skills was on patriotism. She often found herself contemplating the horizon and imagining herself projected in a world surrounded by colour, music, hopes and joys, and this was the spark that initiated her love for the art.

She studied Visual and Performing Arts but she like to see her as a self taught artist because she feel art being a continuous evolving and research of her internal emotion.

Simona lived in several Countries immersing herself in each different culture and way of life and this has greatly influenced her vision and her artistic creativity. The common aspects of humanity and her continuous research in life brings Simona on a path to translate her vision of the world in art.