Solo exhibition at Karosta Prison in Liepaja (Latvia, June 2023)

"YES, THAT'S ALL LIEPAJA" I moved to Liepāja in October 2021 and was eager to See (yes, with capital S). As a natural development and a natural reaction, once the pandemic was over I was obsessed with what was outside my home and therefore I spent hours walking around to discover the picturesque corners this city had and making them my own through this body of work. The paintings will be on display all summer at Karosta Prison.

Exhibition at Parallax Art Fair London, (United Kingdom, October 2022)

I flew to London to exhibit my watercolours at Kensington Town Hall, as part of Parallax Art Fair.

The sketchbook was a success. The current Contemporary trend is about occupying space and 3D objects. It would be unwise to ignore that. The way my art fits in is through framing my sketchbook and let people have a tactile experience of having it in their hands, getting it on and off the frame and flip through it. 

Live painting event in Frankfurt (Germany, September 2022)

My art agency Scarlett Entertainment contacted me for a booking. One of their client firms was looking for a live painter to perform at an anniversary gala in Frankfurt. They wanted a depiction of Frankfurt's skyline to be performed live at the event. 

Mural for Karosta Festival (Latvia, June 2022)

Acrylic on wall

I was given a cell at an old militar prison (Karosta prison) and the opportunity to transform it. The premise was the following, who would the prisoner think of in isolation?  I put myself in their shoes and these were the first four friends that came to mind.

The festival lasted for a week and had the presence of both Latvian and international artists. It took place in Liepaja, Latvia. 

Portrait Workshop with Clara (Latvia, September 2021)

During Cooldiga Street Art Festival I was invited to host a portrait workshop. We wanted to involve locals in the art activities going on in the city that week and approach the artistic practice to them. The workshop was open to 10 people but had to be expanded to 15. 12 people showed up in the end and the intended 1h 30min stretched to 2h 30min. 

Materials used:

Pencils, acrylics and cardboard

Mural for Cooldiga Street Art Festival (Latvia, September 2021)  

Acrylic on wall

Venta Bridge, Kuldiga's most famous landmark, viewed by two white wagtail, Latvia's national bird.

Mural for Xip i Xop kindergarten (Spain, January 2021)  

Acrylic on wall

Xip i Xop kindergarten hired me through Book a Street Artist to create a mural for their façade, as they found it too empty. They had some ideas in mind, they wanted a design gearing towards geometrical shapes, pastel colours and somewhat in a "cute style". After a few design exchanges we created one everyone was happy with and the painting sessions started! The mural took six days to paint.

Mural for Veikals Cikade shop (Latvia, September 2020) 

Acrylic on a wall

Cikade shop wanted a mural to liven their patio, as they were planning to turn in into a beer garden. They wanted a view that their customers could relate to so we chose the same street the shop is located in. It's Kuldiga's main street, Liepajas iela.

Mural for Kuldiga Street Art Festival (Latvia, September 2020) 

Acrylic on a wall

Artrvl along with Kuldiga_ Mākslas & Tehnoloģiju centrs organized Kuldiga's first street art festival

 We were asked to paint a mural related to the town or history of Kuldiga. As this was to be painted in a school (Kuldīga's 2.Vidusskola), I wanted to paint something everyone could recognize and connect to. I was also working with the concept of "delocation", which takes a place and inserts it in a different location. I painted Kuldīga's old market square and I painted it with bright colours so it would bring joy and warmth to the kids during recess when Latvia became cold and dark in winter. I also tried to give it a "fairy tale aesthetic" because it was placed at a school.


Kuldiga_ Mākslas & Tehnoloģiju centrs

Mural for Karosta Festival (Latvia, June 2020)

Acrylic on a wall

Karosta Prison organized for the second year an art festival to commemorate 30 years of Latvian independence. This year my mural was at the northern fort. The idea was to reflect on how the city had changed in 30 years so I painted the local market. 

Mural for Hellissandur Street Art Festival (Iceland, June 2019) 

Acrylic on a wall

Artrvl along The Freezer organized Hellissandur Street Art Festival to promote Iceland's Street Art Capital! I was booked to take part in the festival alongside other artists. We were given a wall in Hellissandur to paint on and the design had to be related to the island.

Mural for Karosta Art Festival (Latvia, June 2019) 

Acrylic on a wall

Artrvl alongside Karosta Glabsanas Biedriba in Liepaja, Latvia, flew us over to create Karosta Art Festival. To commemorate 100 years of Latvia's Independence War we painted inside the tunnels of an old soviet naval fort.

Mural for Olive Grove Resort (Greece, April 2019)

Acrylic on a wall

I flew over to Olive Grove Resort in Corfu to paint two murals in their rooms. The concept was Life in the island. The first day we drove around the island to take some photos and I used them as a reference. The project was coordinated with Artrvl.

One of the murals I painted is a hidden beach in Kavos and the cliffs surrounding the area.

Live Painting show at VI Young Talent Award of Valencia gala (Spain, February 2019)

Acrylic and ink on canvas

Levante TV station hosted the VI Young Talent Award of Valencia gala and invited me to paint live during the one hour show along with musicians, dancers and the hosts of the gala.

Poster for Indultada Brewing Co. (Spain, September 2018)

Acrylic and digital retouching (Photoshop CS6)

Indultada approached me with a pictorial concept in mind, as they wanted to part from the traditional graphic design poster. Indultada beer is available in many restaurants in Valencia, Spain.


Live painting session for Blue Balls Festival (Switzerland, July 2018) 

Acrylic and ink on canvas (190cm x 190cm)

Live painting at Blue Balls Festival, a music and art festival held every summer in Luzern, Switzerland, with 120 events and an audience of 100.000 fans. Blue Balls Festival booked me to create an art piece in two hours on one of the stages of the complex.

Skateboard design for Book a Street Artist (Germany, April 2018)  

Acrylic and digital retouching (Photoshop CS6)

Berlin-based Book a Street Artist agency had a painting request from a client that was looking for an artist who could create a native girl design to be placed on a skateboard. I was chosen to carry out the task and cannot be happier with the result.

Portraits for Muxmäuschenwild (Germany, March 2018)  

Acrylic and ink on paper (14,8cm x 21cm)

Muxmäuschenwild required twenty small individual gifts and I was happy to create a very colourful and personal portrait for each and everyone of the gifted.

Editorial and publishing house work (Global 2018)   

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