“Each of us carries an inner child – joyful and full of life, which we unfortunately forget
in time. Contact with children triggers the most authentic and sincere emotions in
me. I believe that everyone should try to convince themselves of the therapeutic
power of art at least once in their life.”
I come from a small city – Andijan, in Uzbekistan. At the age of 14 I moved to Poland,
where I pursued my education in Polish. I completed my studies at the University of
Warsaw and received a Bachelor degree in Russian Philology.
By nature, however, I always had an artistic soul, which is why I enrolled at the
Academy of Special Education in Warsaw for studies in Art Education with a major in
Art Therapy. In 2018, I completed my Masters degree and Art Therapy became
the area of my expertise.
Since then, Art Therapy and art have accompanied me in my private and
professional life, which I am very happy about. I believe that it is very important to
teach children from a young age that art is not something extravagant, intended only
for artists, but it is an integral part of everyone’s life. It is essential that we use the
benefits that self-experiencing art provides for training the human personality,
developing imagination and sensitivity, expanding active creativity, and improving the
ability to cooperate with other people.
Since February 2019, I have worked in the private Artistic Gallery Sznurki, where I
have been conducting sculpture, drawing and painting workshops. That gave me a
chance to observe how practical contact with art affects the human development and
broadens the horizons of participants of these classes. From September 2019, I also
have the pleasure of working for Blossom Art Preschool, where I can share my
passion and experience.
One of my passions is also the art of visage and stage makeup, which I perfected by
obtaining the diploma of the International Dziewulski College in Warsaw. I enjoy
traveling around the world and I believe travels teach us that many borders exist only
within our minds.