Daria Pochinskaya (1997) is a self-taught artist. In her artworks, Daria combines classical figurative painting and abstract, impressive manner of landscape artists.
The main character of her paintings are not idealistic, mystical figures at the epicenter of the storm or floating in an impenetrable fog. They are depicted not as powerless before the elements, but as part of its power.
In her works, she explores the nature of the depth and power of human emotions. Her paintings are a journey, an attempt to capture the gusts of raging winds, which are as sensual and fickle as the human spirit. This is a quickly passing, barely perceptible intimate moment where a person and an element are one. A moment in anticipation of something growing and inevitable.
The atmosphere of her work is often like a dream or a memory. It is a paradox, a unity of strength, storm and peace.