A self taught abstract floral artist. She discovered her love for flowers always being surrounded by nature and being in her Grandparents garden. This is where she pulls inspiration for her beautiful artworks. She honours her Grandparents memory painting flowers for them.
Anisa Ozalp creates the entire concept, style, and artwork of a character from scratch. This often includes a deep look into the character’s personality to develop a visual idea of the character’s physical features.
Unexpected, beautiful things can emerge through acknowledging uncertainty, how life-altering events have impacted my art practice.
I want to inspire the viewer to get closer to anything; people, nature, the world. You have a first impression of everything, but it gets more interesting when you dive in a bit deeper. Get closer, appreciate the details and most of all appreciate and enjoy the full picture. Enjoy!
A surrealist art work which questions the moral, political, economic, religious, and ecological values of the western world.
What’s an artist to do during the Pandemic? Keep painting. Get lost in the process. Hope for tomorrow. Wake up and repeat.
As an artist, the only way to express myself is via my art. And that’s what I did. Below is the picture of the artwork I created today. It took me hours to calm myself, as I reflected all my emotions on the canvas. “BlackLivesMatter” and “EveryLifeMatters”
‘Four Winds’ is inviting and guiding us to all unlimited opportunities in our lives. There is no right or wrong way, just go and enjoy being.
My mandalas focus on kaleidoscopic details of nature which are often mandalas in their own right.
Each day when I rise I look towards the Eastern horizon awaiting the sun to break through the veil of night with its warming rays. I breath in deeply thankful for another day. My Eastern horizon is dominated by Mount Baker and the Coastal Mountains which provide me endless inspiration.