I have always been longing to art. In a childhood, having read an announcement about the admission to the theater school, I have tried to enter in it. I was admitted and left an ordinary school for this one. There were a lot of boys and a few girls. At the lessons, our chief asked mainly the boys and very seldom the girls. For this reason all the girls had inferiority complex and were very afraid to recite their lessons. Then due to the problems with my spine I had gone to the hospital and was forced to leave this theatre school. Later it was discovered that I had lost nothing, because our chief turned out to be “blue”. There was a scandal and the theater school was broken up.  After a while this man became a director of one of the capital theaters. 

 

When I was studied at the University I join the University drama studio  and traveled half of the country with it.  We gave performances not only in cites but also in towns, villages,...

I have always been longing to art. In a childhood having read an announcement about the admission to the theater school I have tried to enter in it. I was admitted and left an ordinary school for this one. There were a lot of boys and a few girls. At the lessons, our chief asked mainly the boys and very seldom the girls. For this reason all the girls had inferiority complex and were very afraid to recite their lessons. Then due to the problems with my spine I had gone to the hospital and was forced to leave this theatre school. Later it was discovered that I had lost nothing, because our chief turned out to be blue. There was a scandal and the theater school was broken up.  After a while this man became a director of one of the capitaltheaters.

When I  was studied at the University  I join University drama studio  and traveled half...

Sometimes visuals can explain better than words. Abstraction taps directly into the viewer's Artist Mind, since there are no obvious references for the Logical Mind to grasp, providing an unlimited expanse of territory for creative wandering.
Oksana Cherkas is a painter from Belarus whose abstract work reflects an emotional scale of feelings and circumstances. In the beginning, Cherkas painted landscapes, still lifes and portraits. "My internal world, however, had become so overflowing that it began to be impossible for me to express it by images of objects and people. So I began to paint in abstraction."
"Abstract art does not seem abstract for me," the artist says. "It is an attempt to harmonize myself with the world. It is...