The nice man
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"I was born and raised in Vilnius. Early on, I started drawing, clay and plasticine moulding, sewing and music. My passion for art has always been supported by my parents, who are very talented, creative and inventive people. Art is an integral part of my soul. I breathe deeply when I create - I feel alive," is how the author, who represents the younger generation of artists, introduces herself.
Katrina's painting style is close to pop art, with many pop culture references, realistic painting combined with animated elements. Here, the girls' nude bodies are combined with cartoon character heads, and the cartoon characters take on human faces. The author ironically raises the question of whether animated characters are like us or we are like them, the problem of human duality and the frequent lack of understanding of oneself.