The works of Goshe were oil on canvas and she uses palette knives. In her works, Vania likes to capture and portray the beauty of nature by using bright colours. She told me that she wants her client to wake up in the morning, look at her painting and experience a sense of positive energy. Her work is abstract yet one can make out what the objects in the painting are. In fact, she calls her work abstract realism. “The Grand Harbour”, “Gardjola”, “Beautiful Malta”, “Senglea” and “Luzzu at Marsaxlokk” are all artworks that show Vania's technique of creating a unique sky, in that she meticulously blends the blue of the sky with light shades of pink, orange, red and yellow. What I also liked from Goshe's works are her flower paintings which are filled with very bright colours and she applies thick paint, which in my opinion really stands out. I really got inspired by Vania's work as I like to escape reality in my art too. In the future, I would like to do something like this.
This was a very rewarding experience as I enjoyed talking with the artists about their work and about art in general.