Santa Siliņa “Holding on to what we value” ( 50 x 60 cm)

Short information about the author:

She is a 23-year-old artist. She became interested in art at the age of 6 when she started going to the Aizkraukle Art School. Currently, she is studying Cultural Management at the University of Economics and Culture and art has become her favourite past-time activity.

Short information about work:

“Sometimes these things are intangible, like faith, hope and love, to which we should hold onto the strongest.” ~ Rachel Wolchin

“Flowers often are seen as the symbol of love, beauty, passion and friendship. In my works, I portray inner beauty, strength and growth through flowers. They represent the warmth of our hearts, the good and the beautiful that live inside it, and the ability to learn and grow despite what types of people we may encounter or what life may bring us.”

“We can grieve the fact that roses have thorns or rejoice that thorns have roses.” (A. Lincoln) It is up to us how we look at life.