X
Kulture

Justyna is the creative who’s ‘horny for art’ and she wants everyone to know

Have you ever had an ARTGASM?

It’s an experience like none other, heightening every single sensation in your body as you indulge in your favorite art form. In a way, you become “horny for art,” as you crave the ecstasy-like feeling for constructing or encountering something really dope and creative that blows your mind.

Countless times throughout her career Justyna has felt this same desire. Her passion for art is a soul-filling feeling of completion.

Kulture Hub was able to catch up with Justyna about how she plans to push the culture forward through her dope artistic aesthetic. In the electronic interview, she broke down what being “horny for art” means to her. Justyna said,

“Horny is the strong passionate animal like feeling that I have for art. That feeling is similar to the feeling we feel when we want to have sex with someone we absolutely love, adore, and can’t live without. That’s art for me. I love art, it’s my best friend, it’s always been there for me, and it makes me feel good and complete. It forces me to wake up and it gives me hope every day. I crave it every day and I’m horny for it. All forms of it. I’m horny to see it and I’m horny to create it…”

Art has taken Justyna’s heart and it’ll never give it back. She’s always been infatuated. Her days used to and still do consist of spending countless hours in museums and going to art shows by herself.

Justyna’s lustful relationship with art has taken her from Lithuania to the most lit cities in America. Thus far, she’s lived in Chicago, Miami, NYC, San Francisco, and LA. While living in the “City That Never Sleeps,” she paid her dues and worked for a private art gallery.

Before settling down in LA, Justyna also managed to study art at the San Francisco Art Institute and art business at Stanford. The artsy romance proved itself worthy after Justyna showed her works at Art Basel Miami.

This is where she met art collector Aaron Von Ossko of Esoteric Collection. The artist collective is focused on helping aspiring artists with whatever they might need to thrive. To Justyna, Von Ossko does everything that he does from the heart and he finds joy in just helping people who deserve to be helped. She wishes there were “more Aaron’s in the world.”

Still, there were moments where she felt like giving up on her one true love, but Justyna knows that there is nothing else she wants to do besides create art. She expressed how art is the source of her happiness. She said,

“‘Giving up moments’ come like once a month. Especially when I feel like I’m not good enough, but then I realize that there is nothing I wanna do besides art… It’s truly my life and my main happiness. The moment someone loves my art that becomes my greatest high in life. There isn’t a greater pleasure than when people fall in love with your artwork and buy it.”

Justyna is looking to spread the love using her art as the source. Her goal is to push the culture forward by educating others about the positive things she learns throughout her daily life.

Her fuel to create can come from anywhere including a piece of literature she recently read, the smile on a person’s face, or a reward for a good deed.

For instance, her “Broken Paintings” series drew inspiration from a quote she read, that said, “I broke something and I realized I wanna break something all the time to remind myself how fragile life is…”

Justyna decided to break her paintings in half after relating to the beautiful quote. She set the lovely trend by allowing buyers to gift one side of her paintings to a loved one while keeping the other. Thus, keeping all parties connected forever.

Ultimately, everyone gives the LA artists inspiration to create. She expressed over email,

“Everyone who comes into my life in one way or another inspires me. People who believe in me inspire me and everyone who lived before me inspires me. We have and had so many amazing people throughout time inspire and I wanna be one of them. That’s my inspiration!”

Trust that Justyna will be an inspiration to those that come after her. Her position on being a female force within an industry that glorifies male artists was motivating. She expressed how she plans on leaving a lasting imprint on the industry and will not be discouraged by the fact that she’s a female artist. Justyna said,

“To be honest I don’t think of myself as a female artist. I’m just an artist. Yes, it’s true male artists dominate but I truly don’t think about it. I feel like I have so many things to think about that I don’t have time to think about that. I’m just happy that I live in this century because before it was really hard and you couldn’t show or study art if you were female… “

She continued,

“That time has passed and I believe if you’re a female artist you shouldn’t waste your energy thinking about that. Instead, put all of your energy into your work and don’t worry because hard work always pays off. We just can’t give up and think negative thoughts. Positive thoughts attract positive things so we should all concentrate on that positivity.”

Justyna’s positive vibes and art might be the gift the universe needs during these trying times. “I would be embarrassed to die before I do something really good for the universe and humanity…,” she said.

Have confidence that Justyna is dedicated to her craft and will inspire. To prove it, she recently experimented with a new medium, her own blood.

Justyna trusts her soul to guide her artistic vision and when working with the 13 vials of her own blood she was able to create a “new experience, a new possibility, and a new lesson.”

She spoke about trusting her soul throughout her creative process by saying,

“It’s all about being in tune with yourself and your body. If we would learn how to listen to our intuition and our soul we would make fewer mistakes, I believe. Deep down we know all the answers to all the questions. We just need to learn how to listen to ourselves. Our body is a big ball of energy connected to everything and everyone and everything goes in a circle. If we listen to our soul we can be better humans. Even when I create, I don’t plan my paintings like some do… I go with the flow as I paint and I make decisions based on my intuition, my soul.”

Justyna’s faith in art goes unmatched. She has an undying passion and love for what she does. Understand this, that if you are a young creative do not take for granted these words of wisdom from the LA artist.

“Passion and love for art is a must. Without them, you won’t survive. Also, I believe a great support system, like great friends, is important because there are many times people are gonna judge you and when you are judged based on your creations it can be very painful and discouraging. Words of wisdom …hmm… you should ask yourself would you do this if money didn’t exist and only if your answer is very clear without a doubt, “YES,” that’s when you should keep doing it and give it your 100%.”

Stay in tune with Justyna’s positive vibes as she is always working on something special. She will continue to work on her broken paintings and happiness cans but her love for ancient Egyptian art will take precedence in her works within the near future.

Soon enough she’ll be ready to show off her “Friend of Pharoah” series at the end of the year and from what I’ve seen so far, it looks like it’s going to be very, very dope!

10k80