Anna Silivonchik was born in 1980 in Gomel. She is well-known for her stark individuality among young Belarusan painters. She is an artist who works in her own unique artistic style, creating a separate, special world filled with her own system of images, meanings, and her own universe of the sacred.
In searching for subjects and solutions for her works, the artist reaches back to archetypal layers of her culture while maintaining visible ties to the 20th century art.
Thus, one can find the aesthetic sources of her inspiration in the whimsical realism of Mark Chagall, the naïve art of the primitivists of the early 20th century, and of course in local, national ornamental art and folklore.