About Artist

Floral Artist

Born in St.Petersburg, Russia

Lives & Works in Amsterdam, Netherlands

Daria Eibert is a Russian-Estonian artist, based in Amsterdam. She has been making art since 2006. It took her twelve years before she dedicated herself to one particular object - an iris flower. Her work aims to unfold femininity and eroticism rooted in nature. Using an almost monochrome palette, she explores the depth, intensity and origins of sensuality. . 

Born and raised in St. Petersburg, in 2006 I moved to Estonia to study psychology, and accidentally found a book on watercolour techniques. This book fuelled my interest in painting and turned my weekends into artistic escapes. I was spending long hours at my grandmother’s house in the countryside in Estonia, practicing watercolor until my neck was getting numb.


To further hone my painting skills, I decided to find a professional artist who would teach me the right techniques and help me grow further. I approached Peeter Krosman, an Estonian artist. Peter has contributed a lot to my artistic development and showed how I can express myself freely through colors.

After a few years I moved back to St.Petersburg and started taking private  lessons from a famous Russian artist Vladimir Zagorov. While trying to master my self-expression, I have also joined the classes of Professor Krachmer. Finally, in 2014 I took an intensive painting course in Paris. Painting had started to become an inseparable part of my life and, after a few commissioned works, I felt an urge to rent my own studio.

Nowadays I am frequently painting in my studio in Amsterdam and teaching painting techniques on a private basis.

daria [at] eibert.art
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