My name is Karla and I'm young artist from Croatia. I specialized in photography and on 25th of September, 2012. I got diploma and became a photographer of various techniques. I had only 18 and was the youngest one of all. Shortly after that on 18th of December, 2012. one of my photographs got picked to be participating in exhibiton in Zagreb, Croatia. So one of my first photographs after I got diploma was standing in gallery along with 29 more photographs of amazing photographers who are all much more older and much more experienced then me. I must say that I'm pretty much proud of myself and what I have done in that short time. I studied photography just one year before I got diploma and 3 months later I had my first exhibition.
Along with photography I started to learn cearmics on 16th of October, 2012. I'll be learning that also one year and then I'll have final exam and hopefully I'll have one more diploma and will be again the youngest one who has it. Till now I did few vases and few pots in ceramics in various techniques.
I have few more hobbys that I like to do. I like origami and made a lot of things in that technique of paper folding. I'm a member of Croatian Origami Society as well. Also I love making old, broken and ugly or boring things to look beautiful. I do that with many different techniqus and unwanted objects always ends up as being the most beautiful and the most wanted of all. It makes me happy when I'm able to save something from being forgotten and thrown out because I believe that every object contains some sort of memories and by that I believe it shouldn't be so easily thrown out on the street. I love architecture and furniture, especially antiques so doing anything related to that makes me happy.
I used to sing when I was younger, act in the theater, dance many kind of dances, even tried to play some instruments. I love art and in my whole life I've been trying as many kinds of art as possible and I'm still looking to learn something new because
"Knowledge is a weapon. I intend to be formidably armed." - Terry Goodking