Ayan aziz Mammadova/ Autumn Issue

''Ever since I was little, I remember spending a lot of time in my father’s workshop, watching him passionately work on his paintings and dreaming that one day I will find my own passion. These are my earliest childhood memories, which in fact inspired and shaped me into the creative individual I am today. Being surrounded by vibrant and talented artists from a young age had a great influence on my artistic formation. However, as I grew and became older my artistic style changed, I acquired a host of expressions, emotions, and moods that capture feminine warmth, sensitivity, and emotional complexity. My art is a reflection of my inner world, a mirror to my soul. I use the colours of my works to assign rhythm and deep meaning in an abstract ornament, as well as saturated patterns that can be found hidden in still life or landscape. The language of art is an unparalleled force of my expression, the freedom of visual expression where even the most paradoxical ideas can touch and be united is the underlying concept that I live by…''



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