Alla Podolsky’s work is all about life as we see it, as we internalize it, as we remember it. “I paint people, places, events, objects, emotions. All living, in constant motion, even when being still. The transformation happens when we observe when we interpret, when we remember and color those experiences with our own perceptions. Life is never still, and my aim is to transfer the moments of un-stillness with as much exuberance as I see around me.” Born and raised in Kiev, Ukraine, Alla Podolsky traces her love of psychological painting to the Byzantine-style iconography of that city. After immigrating to the United States, she continued her art education at Moore College of Art and Design and later received a Master’s Degree in painting from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. She continues to pay and exhibit her work at the Artists’ Gallery in Lambertville, New Jersey.