This Artist Draws Portraits Of People Using Pencils And Watercolors – Design You Trust

This Artist Draws Portraits Of People Using Pencils And Watercolors

According to Rubi Glaz: “Studied to be a diplomat, but now I’ve become a full-time artist and live in a small Russian town, Volgograd. My name is Ulyana, I’m 22 years old. For as long as I can remember, I have always been drawing. In my teenage years, I rushed around a lot trying to find myself, my place in this world, and my life’s work.

After some time, I found myself in international relations and dreamed of becoming a diplomat, but I later realized that art is the only thing that makes me happy and satisfies my soul. Now I’ve decided that I want to dedicate my whole life to this and become a professional artist.

My paintings are the results of years of working on the skill of drawing. They all show people how I see them in my individual way. With my art, I want to inspire people to love themselves and their surroundings.

Hope you will appreciate my efforts!”

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