Regina Saura transforms sleepy landscapes and still lifes alike into objects of art. It invites us to enjoy the joyful simplicity of everyday life. Regina’s loose, whimsical brushstrokes and bold washes of color give her paintings an instinctive spontaneity that belies her sophisticated mastery of composition, balance, form, coloring and line. Her paintings capture the wonder and magic of life. As with flowers and trees. They capture the brilliance and exuberance of the human spirit. Regina’s mixed media paintings are represented in public and private collections throughout Europe, the United States and Japan, including the Saint Petersburg Museum in Moscow. Art is a lifestyle. Perception. Observation. Composition. Balance. Harmony. Objects. Landscapes. Emotions…and Regina’s work is permeated with this. Her way of capturing feelings. She takes a picture, make a sketch… so she can memorize them and then follow a whole process. Her work was initially built around urban and figure subjects, but she later moved to the countryside and his work evolved into landscapes as a main focus expressing itself mainly in large formats. Her work flows as well as she herself says: “Whenever I paint something, the situation I’m experiencing at that moment comes unconsciously.”