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About my Art 

I grew up in a tiny Yupik village of only a few hundred people and no roads in or out. Since there was little to no TV access I spent my youngest days playing outside and listening to stories about Raven and the spirit world, in essence about fairies. It was here where I learned about art, including the ever important art of masks. In the Yupik culture masks were a way to make the unseen world visible, a way to tell a story about something magical. It wasn’t just the Yupik people who viewed masks as door way into the spirit world, into the real of fairies, this was true in Ancient Greece, in Indonesia, Japan, and more. 

Like these masks my art is meant to be a doorway into the fairy realm, into imagination.

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I have also come to realize the importance of cute things.

Art should make people’s lives better, and I seek to do this. So while many may not understand symbolism of art, or don’t pay much attention to such symbols, they do know how something makes them feel. I want people to feel better with my art, to escape the mundane. In this sense cute also acts as a doorway into the fairy realm, into the imagination. 

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The club was noisy and crowded. Matured schoolgirls walked arm in arm with their husbands in festive dresses, looking at each other. Men crowded separately, leaving their wives, getting to know each other. Olesya came alone.

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My story, which happened just a few weeks ago, is simply anecdotal, albeit real. Why I am writing, I do not know, I probably want to speak out and find people who have experienced this. People who can help with advice on how to continue to live and how to proceed.

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Well, in general, it was fun. Even the guys kissed when they fell out. Only then they spat for a long time and laughed. But the game is the game.

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The tattoo artist, I must give him his due, reacted to my. Request absolutely indifferently, silently putting the necessary inscription on my chest. Apparently, he was approached with more strange orders. Leaving him, I buttoned my shirt to all the buttons so that no one would see my derogatory tattoo.

In the room, I photographed the new decoration of my body and sent the picture to Mikhail.

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