Angelika Analóg

 

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In 2009 when street art as an art form came into the spotlight, I started making paste-ups in Budapest in 2009. Some of them got really good reviews and it encouraged me to start drawing in my free time.

I drew sketches of drunk people of the night, captioning their slurred words on the drawing. These quotes appeared to be out-of-place and out-of-time. I started to share the sketches first on Facebook and then on Instagram. My friends - and later their friends - started to enjoy these silly captured drunken moments.

 

 

Artwork from top artists from Eastern Europe, fine art, modern art, art shop, AR

Artwork from top artists from Eastern Europe, fine art, modern art, art shop, AR

Artwork from top artists from Eastern Europe, fine art, modern art, art shop, AR

Artwork from top artists from Eastern Europe, fine art, modern art, art shop, AR

Artwork from top artists from Eastern Europe, fine art, modern art, art shop, AR

 

 
 

Drawing became a habit, and I was doing it every time I met other people. I started to draw every single day and it became part of my social interactions. When COVID and lockdown happened, my social life and general well-being were influenced dramatically. As the pandemic progressed, I was grieving the loss of my beloved father and experienced long COVID myself at the same time. Creating art was a way for me to deal with my struggles at the time. 

 

Initially, I experimented with forms and colors. However, I started focusing more on bringing emotional responses to the audience after I stayed near Lake Balaton. This is my favorite place because it helped me calm down and find my peace. I want to share such peace with everyone, and this is still my main goal as an artist. 

The main theme of my abstract, Japanese Gutai-inspired pictures is breathing. I hold my breath while drawing a line, and the audience in response needs to hold their breath while following the line with their eyes or fingers. By using such a process, I want to share the same experience with the viewers about my artwork. 

After 10 years of selling my art in exhibitions, I started using social media to promote and sell my artwork. Due to social media’s fast rotation, it was easier for me to expose my artwork to a wider audience than an exhibition setting. Thanks to such characteristics of social media, I was able to become a full-time artist. This made me extremely happy, as it has always been my dream to be able to make a living exclusively with art. 

I love to experiment with a variety of different mediums because experimenting and discovering something new makes me feel alive. I especially enjoy working with 23-carat gold, as even the waste created after finishing the artwork is incredibly beautiful. 

As a Buddhist practitioner, leaving the right trace is important to me. With my paintings, I would like to bring calmness, joy, and a sense of joy to the room where my artwork is placed at. In individual descriptions under my artwork, I talk about the feelings I experienced while working on the piece. I describe the ups and downs of the journey, and how I found the solutions to the challenges. I hope my art will help others to find a way out of their troubles and worries. 

 

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