Lithuanian artist Lina Slavikaite (nickname: Moksha-art) has been working in the field of art since the childhood. In the recent years the artist found a technique which fascinates and helps her reflect the invisible world.
Forms, shapes and colors are very important in artists ‘works. Lina believes that everything is an energy and energy always has a particular form, color and she would say a style.
Her art is visionary in nature, works also revolved advocacy to share aspects of the traditions, myths, magic and secret geometry.
The artist uses gel pens and creates colorful shapes and vitalizes it. She tries to move the invisible aspect of life in the certain form and color and it allows watcher to feel and understand it deeper. Geometric forms, shapes, ornaments, patterns and colors this is the main tools helping artist to express the inner, invisible life to the world and find the harmony in it.