The quirky and unique bronze sculptures of Anna Voloshko lift the heart and touch the soul. Ranging in style from steampunk to modern and grotesque to classic, all of Voloshko’s works are united in their expressive sense of personality and animation. There is a delightful feeling of olde-timey-ness to Voloshko’s pieces, as if they capture the charm of bygone eras or stories frozen in time. In fact, one of Volosho’s main goals in her work is to eschew what she sees as the impersonal, utilitarian, and technologically overrun modern world in favor of subjects that she believes will offer energy, peace, and comfort to her viewers. Voloshko says that no matter what, her work reflects her experiences, emotions, and relationships, as well as her philosophical view of the world. She wants her art to help viewers discover a moment where they can reconnect with themselves and God.
Born in the Ukraine, Voloshko currently works as a sculptor for Matiola in Kiev. Voloshko was recognized as one of Top Artists of 2015 by Art Business News and her sculptures have been exhibited, and can be found, in private collections all around the world.