Intriguing Portrait Art Of Ukranian Photographer Elizaveta Litovka
The photography works of 27-year-old artist Elizaveta Litovka often features individual portraits in intriguing and cinematic settings. “I think I am more artist than photographer. I respect those who excel at the art aspect…it’s obviously very important.”
“I don’t have any special technique…I occasionally see a right angle, posture, view or something that catches my eyes and like many, my photography is the product of capturing those moments.”
“I personally believe in perfection through practice…sure, talent matters to some extent, but I think that inspiration is not a God-given gift and it’s more a reward for action. Do more to be inspired more.”
“Patience is key: the willingness to endure pain, difficulty, provocation or annoyance or sometimes calmly awaiting an outcome or result. We may not think of such factors when we think of great artists but they all had perseverance and patience.”
“In many of my portrait works, the faces are not clearly visible. That’s by design: among other things, without particular face the picture becomes you or me or whatever you want it to be.”
Elizaveta Litovka lives in Kiev with her husband Arthur and daughter Mia. Sharing her thoughts on color, impressions, and the weird world of flowers that we live in, Lisa is experiencing old things anew.