The series Color Therapy consists of 16 works which reflect the photographer's personal experience during a period of psychological distress. The artist interacts with the world through the lens of a subjection study of color, and found rebirth in dead autumn.
The search for color and the artist's contact with nature became a crucial stage for her recovery from the sever psychological impact improperly prescribed medication had on her.
Distorted natural palettes serve as a source of inspiration and are projected onto ephemeral images of female portraits. Using language of impressionism the photographer isolates viewers from the rectitude of reality and immerses them in an atmosphere of color fluidity and personal excitement.
The printing and framing process became a part of creative expression: special cotton paper added a hypnotic effect to the printed works, while the exquisite and fragile properties of the material reflect emotional reality.