Artist of the Month - Rózsi Adean Moser

I'm interested in many, many ways of creating art; painting, collaging, printing, sewing, working with polymer clay, etc.

I like my art to reflect a sense of fun and the enjoyment I get from the creative process of whatever I'm working on at any given time.


To get to know Rózsi we asked her a few questions about her art

 What is Art for you?

Life is art. Art is life.

What are you currently working on?

I usually have a couple of art projects going on in my studio. I've been working with polymer clay and continuing my painting series of abstract flowers, which is a constant theme in my work.

What’s your background? What is the experience that has influenced your work the most?

I'm primarily a self-taught artist, but consider myself a lifelong learner. I love taking workshops and classes online and hopefully again soon in person.

Where do you find your inspiration?

I've been gardening for most of my life and am always inspired by the beauty the earth offers us.

What is your creative process?

My creative process depends on what I'm working on at the time. If I'm painting, the first thing I do is put a layer of color(s) onto the blank paper or canvas. And I don't usually have an idea of what finished product I'm looking for. I let the creative energy flow! If I'm working with clay, I grab a hunk of clay and start conditioning it and usually I get a feeling of what it wants to become.

Did your style change over the years? In which way?

Besides my inspiration from gardens and people around me, I can't really say I have a style.


What is the most challenging part about creating your artworks?

For me, it's fighting the idea of wanting to achieve perfection. Which for me just isn't possible, or even desirable!

Thank you Rózsi!

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