Bratislava I.: The motif of this painting represents the spirit of Bratislava - one of the East European capitals. Mademoiselle Bratislava is accompanied by a rooster - a symbol of something vibrant and diverse. She is fanning out with brilliance, showing the world her shimmering facets of personality.
Little Seoul I.
Little Seoul I.: This painting is a map of Seoul and was inspired by the blooming fields transpassed by a golden ribbon - the river overseen by the white moon rabbit and its female mate. The moon rabbit is the markings on the moon and in Korea, it is supposed to be pounding rice in the mortar in order to make rice cakes. The moon rabbit is a symbol of long and prosperous life * and you can find it in a Korean song “Half’Moon”, lyrics of which are as followed: High above the deep blue sky, down the Milky Way, Rides a ship without a sail, with no oars they say, Ship of white, its only crew, is a rabbit white, Westward it floats along, silently through the night.
Venezia I.: The motif of this painting represents the spirit of Venice - the city of love and one of the most romantic cities in the world. The figures create a yin and yang symbol - the same as the islands the city is made of. When taking a closer look, you can notice multiple crosses which mark churches all over Venice.
Around the World - Collection of Maps
In "Around the World" collection, the streets are drawn realistically based on real maps.
The city infrastructure is enhanced by this layered structure and creates abstract patterns which themselves are the “faces” of these cities, but they can also evolve into a complex entity - even human figures or portraits in some cases.
A very specific structure, which she invented, creates impasto effect and is used in this collection sometimes together with precious metals, gilding techniques, mixed pigments or semi-precious gemstones.