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About me

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Hey there, my name is Roma Karun, I’m an artist a self-taught and my foray into the world of art began in 2013. No fancy backstory or life-changing moments here – just a simple case of curiosity and a love for creating cool stuff. It all started with a whimsical sculpture adorning a decorative bottle. Intrigued by its intricate details and the artistry it exuded, I found myself captivated by the idea of creating something similar. And so, I dove into the world of sculpting.

My creative process is pretty chill. Sometimes I have a clear picture in my mind, other times it's more like a fuzzy outline that gets sharper as I go. Details pop up, colors come alive, and textures start forming.

First, I build a metal frame, like the skeleton of the sculpture. Then, I cover it with foil and start sculpting with this lightweight air clay. It's like shaping clouds! 
The final step is painting.  I usually use acrylics and dry pigments to give my sculptures a pop of color and make them really come alive. Each stroke is like a burst of emotion, adding a splash of vibrancy to my creations.

My inspiration comes from all over the place – nature, animals, flowers, even the little things that most people miss. It's like therapy for my soul.  And of course, I love anything fantastical or realistic. Sculpting is my escape, my happy place where I can let my imagination run wild and turn my dreams into something real.  Each one of creatures is unique and special to me. It's a reminder that art can break down barriers and touch our souls.

And the best part is, anyone can learn to do it. All you need is a little creativity and a whole lot of patience. So, if you're ever feeling stuck in a rut, why not give sculpting a try? You might just surprise yourself with what you can create.

Examples of my work you can find at my GALLERY

In 2022, first entered the annual contest from BEAUTIFUL BIZARRE magazine, where I was one of the finalists in the Sculpture Award


December 16th, 2023 – January 14th, 2024 the annual group exhibition of small works “Little Big VIII” 
Haven Gallary


June 8th, 2024 – July 7th, 2024 the group exhibition “Animaga” 
Haven Gallary

If you enjoy my screations, you can add your email to the box at the bottom of this page. Subscribers will only be sent a few messages a year when new sculptures to be released  

"Handmade things are a luxury! Everyone should not have them. Whoever wants them either pays the craftsman for his work, or makes them himself" ©
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