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Art Walks

is about the process of Change. Not of superficial transformation of shapes and colours but of a complete alchemical transmutation which leads to a fundamental change. Self-awareness is the first step needed in this process, achieved through mediation, introspection and self-criticism.

With creative thinking and access to higher knowledge, we step out of existing frames and enter again into the space of creation. We are then, yet again, at a new beginning. On a new journey towards higher realms of being.
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About artist

Born in a house in which, coincidentally, one of the greatest Serbian female artists of the past century lived and worked. Guess I was blessed with the creative energy of this place.
Daughter of a very unique, amusing and philosophical artist father. Mother beautiful, realistic, my support. Sister different then me, but very close.
At the age of 13, decided to be an artist.
Surrounded by artists, writers, and bohemians from my early childhood.
Privileged with a first-hand experience about how they think, talk and behave.
This influence can be traced in my work.

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Milena ZeVu with Edson Arantes do Nascimento Pelé
Milena ZeVu with Dita Von Teese
Milena ZeVu with Albert II, Prince of Monaco
Milena ZeVu with David Beckham
Milena ZeVu
IT’S IMPORTANT TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE.
I DON’T FOLLOW TRENDS, I FOLLOW MY INSTINCTS.
FOR AN ARTIST THERE IS NO DISTANCE FROM ART.
MY VISION IS AUTHENTIC, NO COMPROMISE.
I INVOLVE A LITTLE BIT OF THE PAST IN WHAT I AM CREATING NOW.

Technique

Crystal is
a symbol of purity and energy. Life is about enlightenment and crystals remind me that we should be open, positive and better each day.
The idea
to use a combination of acrylic and crystals came to me in 2001 during a meditation. Since then, I have been developing this technique and in 2009 I started using a combination of cement and crystals for creating sculptures.
In the era
where everything needs to happen so fast, I am creating something very slowly. I would consider this contra-mainstream.