Calmness, contemplation and concentration are followed by inspiration, suddenness and coincidence. Albina switches back and forth between these states while creating her artworks. As an abstract artist, she does not follow any guidelines that are found in the figurative art. She absorbs various topics, sensations, experiences and interpretations and fills herself with them like a vessel until the moment when everything is coming out to be expressed through her artworks.
This is followed by another moment of quietness. While the paints dry, she examines the result. Is the vibrancy and luminosity of paints correct? How well do they bond with each other? Where should they stand confidently for themselves? The conditions are demanding, as watercolors and gouache allow no mistake, as in comparison to acrylic or oil. You cannot repaint them over. Her approach is not synonymous with chaos and savagery. The works are created in the constant alternation between balancing and daring to jump over the edge.