Maya Sokovic

Maya Sokovic (b. Belgrade, Serbia) is an artist living and working in San Antonio, Texas. She investigates how the memory of people’s interaction with nature and their proximal environment impacts them. Memories evaporate, but linger as a smell, color, shape, or texture. These sensations leave an impression on the body which influences it energetically and physically. Through painting, design and installation, she recreates moments in an attempt to connect with an audience through sensations otherwise forgotten. Her ultimate goal is to show the natural balance that occurs throughout the human experience despite its imperfections.

Sokovic’s recent exhibitions include: “VOLTA”, Gallery Azur Madrid (Spain); “Favorite Thing” Sebastopol Center for the Arts Sebastopol (California) ; and a solo exhibition, “Fragments of landscapes” MBAW Gallery (Texas). Her work has appeared in the book “Fierce feminine divinities of Eurasia and Latin America” by Malgorzata Oleszkiewicz Paralba. Her work has been in Glas Javnosti, the San Antonio Express-News, San Antonio Current, Glasstire and Arts Alive San Antonio as a featured artist. Recently she partnered with “Sweetgreen” LA, an establishment that works with local artists to create art in their new location in San Antonio.

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