Inna Orlik was born in Georgia in 1963. She studied arts in the National Academy of Fine Arts in Tbilisi from 1982 to 1987. From 1985 to 1990, Inna held her solo exhibitions in different cities in Russia. She moved and settled down to Greece in 1991. Her works can also be found in various collections around the world. During that time, she also participated in various group exhibitions.
According to Inna, “While creating my work I sense complete confluence. In my imagination everything is blessed with a soul, with a character and with a life-like image. As an artist, the main meaning of my inspiration is when my works bring delight, happiness and aesthetic satisfaction to people.”
Inna Orlik - Between subjection and virtuosity
There is a painting that is not as much inspired by the external reality as by the world of dreams and imagination. From myths that survive over time and those images of reverie which turn an often-unbearable reality into a bearable and almost poetic one. Because this is the sensation I obtain when I look Inna Orlik’s impeccably designed and full of symbolisms paintings...