Inna is originally from the South Western part of Russian Siberia. She was born in a family of geologists and from the first days of her life was surrounded by the romanticism of
scientific expeditions and the beauty of Siberian nature. Inna graduated from one of the most prestigious art schools of the region in the mid-90-s and tried herself in graphic
design and jewelry making, participating in multiple projects and exhibitions. She headed an art project on behalf of the Siberian division of Science that was later presented to
Vladimir Putin. In 2004 Inna relocated to the USA. Moving away from home and traditional oil and pastels she developed a new technique of painting with pigmented polymers on
stone, glass, canvas and wood. Stained glass look of her newly developed works slightly resembles warm and earthy collages made of natural stones that her parents used to bring
back from their geological expeditions. Natural beauty of minerals has always been Inna's main inspiration.
Liquid Mosaic - a unique painting technique developed by Inna.
From the first glance it looks like stained glass or some sort of mosaic. This interesting effect was achieved by applying a very unique technique of spreading liquid pigmented
polymers over a surface of choice with spatulas, sticks and needles. A transparent two part polymer is mixed with pigments like Cobalt, Copper, Silver, Indigo or various fine
powders and cures after being spread to desired shapes. After 12-15 hours, another layer is laid over if necessary. Once a piece is finished, it can withstand water, moderate
mechanical stress, heat and UV rays. These pigmented polymers solidify and adhere to many kinds of surfaces - stone, brick, glass, canvas, wood and so on.It makes this unique
technique very flexible and opens up a wide variety of different choices.