Inspired by great masters as Vrubel and Monet, Van Lanigh creates figurative and landscape pieces. Her unique style is a reaction to abstractionism in an attempt to capture surrealistic yet casual reality. This is especially underlined by new forms and materials used in Van Lanigh’s artworks aimed to achieve the viewer’s resonance between visual effect and message of the painting. One of her experiments is getting Pointillism into 3D space by making a series of human-face sculptures with small colorful handcrafted polymer clay balls. The series “Chasing Rainbows” is about the perception of the world of feelings. No one feels exactly the one emotion at the time, it’s always the crazy waterfall with undertones of sensations. And this rainbow of feelings, Van Lanigh interprets in her works by running away from the real world of colours to the imaginary universe of impressions.