I draw and paint portraits of ladies with attitude. Apart from myself, my inspirations are women around the world; for some of them, I was lucky to meet and know personally, while others are just women who I came across in pictures of photographers I find online. My art is a reflection and an expression of my attitude towards my own life. I paint which emotions I am facing and living in the moment.
My protagonists are women with strong character and energy, who express raw emotions and aren’t afraid to show their genuine and natural personality. My portraits represent quirky and unique ladies of real life, enjoying or learning to enjoy themselves by accepting themselves as unity and converting this realization into the superior power of proudness and achievability.
We can’t run from the daily emotions we face. I need to capture and express these feelings through my portraits to show the world how strong humans are, and especially women.
My work speaks the language of the country I live in. My home at his moment is India. Living here makes me spin around in many directions – from laughter to frustration. Living in such a colorful country as India, you definitely cannot ignore the vibrant environment surrounding you. As such, I developed an absolute love of lively and bold colors in combination with always loving black and white that help me bring more empowerment towards women.
Ana Sneeringer is a Slovenian artist, currently residing in Hyderabad, India. Having started her career in documentary journalism as a director of an environmental television station, Ana’s experiences across Jordan, Russia, USA, The Dominican Republic, The Netherlands etc., led her to express her observations & learnings in her contemporary art works. Women or the female presence form the epicenter of her artistic exploration and stories. Living around the world and engaging with women from different cultures, Ana’s personal encounters resonated with the similarities of emotions and experiences everywhere, rather than the disparities of race or color. Her artistic canvas is a vivid, kaleidoscopic world of thoughts, emotions and experiences shared by the modern woman. Completely self-taught, Ana finds liberation in being able to employ free will and speak from her heart, unconfined by a learned discipline. Whether in watercolor, acrylic or digital media, she gives herself freedom to experiment based on her subject matter.
Ana’s art has been exhibited internationally in the United Arab Emirates, Italy, the United States, the United Kingdom and Canada. She has been featured by All She Makes, Create! Magazine and Beautiful Bizarre Magazine; highly recognizable art platforms for contemporary artists of the 21st century. Her most recent project was a collaboration with five Slovenian contemporary women artists selected by LIDL Slovenia and Europa Donna for breast cancer awareness.
WHY NOT BE YOU ?
February 28 - March 4 - F9 TEST KITCHEN, Hyderabad, INDIA
May 1 - June 12 - Mujeres, Mujeres, Mujeres - RAICES TALLER 222, Tucson, AZ, USA -Online
April 30 - May 15 - NYC ART WALK - NYC Brooklyn and Queens - USA
April 26 - May 23 - Translucent Souls - Art Mums United - Online
March 1 - May 15 - Faces and Figures II- PXP Contemporary - Online
October 17 - October 30 - ART WALK BROOKLYN, NEW YORK, USA
September 12 - September 19, ART MEETS CULTURE - Online
June 19 -July 03 – 20.20. – M.A.D.S. MILANO, Italy, Europe
May – DREAM ROOM – M.A.D.S. Milano, Italy, Europe
June 12th – OPENING OF A RESORT DISINI, Lombok Indonesia (postponed – dates to be determined later)
April 30th – May 3rd – AT THE ART FAIR, Brooklyn, New York, USA
APRIL – State Gallery of Art - Hyderabad, India
March 20th – 25th – ART BASEL, Online Room Viewing
March 7th – 25th – Exhibition of paintings by women artists – Salar Jung Museum, Hyderabad, India
Conceptual Clothing and Fashion Imaginary – Renaissance Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
“Are we native?” (Solo exhibition) Tonasket Town Gallery, WA, USA
May 6th-9th– SUPERFINE ART FAIR - NYC POSTPONED
October 8th -11th – WORLD ART DUBAI - World Trade Center, Dubai, Emirates
May 1st - SUPERFINE E-ART FAIR, Online art fair
"Ana's art is bold with color, brave with images, fierce with female portraits" - Heidi M.C.
"I like the bold color and your drawing style combined. I like that you’re drawing women but not as sexual objects to please men but instead you capture the essence of what it means to be a woman in all its diversity and forms. All your women are beautiful in their own way and you capture what is unique in each of them." - Claire M.
I have sat with my painting for a few days and have found that
She is insulated, fiercely protective of the wisdom she has gained in battle. She knows her power and the sacrifices made to earn it. She will be careful in revealing herself as she finds peace in her own stillness and solitude. - Leigh T.
so you can read all my stories that I accumulate around the world. I treat very special my own TRIBE (you know, gifts, discounts and other fun stuff)