For Anna Sidana, creating art is not only about what the eye sees, but about experiencing and conveying a multitude of feelings and emotions. An artist throughout her childhood, Sidana put down the paintbrush for most of her adult life until relatively recently when she started using her creativity as a way to escape the stresses of life and express herself without judgement.
Although not formally trained, Sidana spends time reading about the lives of other artists and is undoubtedly influenced by great masters such as Pablo Picasso, Fernand Léger, Piet Mondrian and Georges Braque. Beginning each new piece is a leap of faith for the artist as she paints intuitively from experiences, engaging the senses and trading chaos for contentment.
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