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Meet Daria Hlazatova: Featured Artist from That Which We Do Not Understand

The Empress by Daria Hlazatova was made for my 10th anniversary limited edition book, and is also available as beautiful large scale print with real gold leaf.

Written by Amelia Gregory

Daria Hlazatova is a Ukraine based artist who has contributed to Amelia’s Magazine for many years. Her wonderful hand drawn pen and ink artworks are full of beautiful detail, creating a dream like world that the viewer can get lost in. Daria is inspired by music and folk tales because she believes that music and stories create paths to the deepest realms of the imagination and self-cognition. She hopes that her vision of The Empress will have a meditative, calming effect on the viewer, helping to untie the knots of anxiety as easily as she disentangles the red ribbon in her hands. Daria is also showing with Atomica Gallery as part of a group exhibition this December.

of the oceans blue by daria hlazatova
of the oceans blue by daria hlazatova

Your piece The Empress was inspired by many different ideas. How did you piece them all… read more

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