This week we interviews Mistylla, a painter from Poland with a different type of art, she calls it – Foggy Blue.
Tell me something about yourself.
Hi, I am Mistylla, an intuitive painter. I was born in an artistic atmosphere in the atelier of my father, who was a successful painter.
What is your dream?
My dream is to continue to Foggy Blue gallery.
Do you remember your first work of art? What was it?
My first own work was an oil painted puss in red boots, when I was 7 years old.
How did your technique improve over time?
As a little child I was allowed to paint some little things on my father’s canvas, like flowers, tails of wolves and branches of threes where little bears were playing. My father, like a magician, be-charmed it in to beautiful landscapes, which were easy to sell. I learned from him how to make my own canvasses tight like a drum. After some time I was painting scenes from the bible, landscapes for private individual orders, the same as my father. But I was always attracted to foggy colors.
Do you listen to music when you create? What kind of music?
It does matter while I paint if I listen to music or not.
What advice can you give to a young artist?
Be yourself, don’t imitate, be patient.
What is your favorite color?
Name three artists you admire.
My favorite artists in general are Valery Gergiev, Elian Gedeon and Antoni Gaudi and a lot more.
How can people contact you?
My e-mail adress is: [email protected]