Lark Pilinsky
In her recent landscapes, which began as highly abstract improvisations but have become increasingly and strikingly representational, Lark recalls the rural settings of her youth. Both vivid and darkly atmospheric, these paintings are not only beautiful and poignant but alive with both joy and pain.
And always, they are haunted and illuminated by the poetry she writes to accompany her art, adding structure to her subtly embedded visual forms, and suggesting that art is Lark’s way of making poems, using colors and strokes to explore and illustrate the broad spectrum of human emotions.     More about Lark

Lark's Enchanted World

Launched recently Larisa Pilinsky's book "Lark's Enchanted World" consists of 62 paintings from Lark's "Conversations With Nature" series, and 62 poems infused with love for nature and the divine. It is available now for sale on
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" I am rarely a 'fan' of any artist, but LARK aka Larisa Pilinsky is an exceptional phenomenon. Besides her brilliant sense of composition, she is the ultimate "Green Artist" or maybe she is also the grand 'love child' of Kandinsky and Schwitters, but regardless I find Lark's talent is built from the 'shoulders' of masters of 20th century. "

- Tony Clark, Chévalier dans l'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, American Association Of Museum Directors Board Member -


Born in the remote mountains of central Asia, where her father was a geologist, and surrounded by wild nature, beautiful minerals and semi-precious stones, Lark (Larisa Pilinsky) developed from her childhood intimate relationship with the world around her."Nature for me is alive, tender, joyful and suffering, she tells me about her feelings and helps me to share mine through art and poetry. She gives me energy, inspiration and healing when I feel physical or emotional pain."Using her unique style, composed from meditation and intuition, Lark brings subconscious reflections of nature into her art, inviting viewers to experience its healing powers.From the beginning of her art career, Lark’s art caught the attention of art lovers and gained recognition from art jurors including LA Weekly critic Peter Frank, Sweeney Art Gallery director Tyler Stallings, Santa Monica Museum of Art director Lisa Melandri and MOCA curator Alma Ruiz.Articles about Lark's art and achievements were published in the  Immigrant Magazine, the  Art-to-Art Palette Journal and  Online Art Magazine "Crave" describing her work and career.