Frequently Asked Questions
When will my order get shipped?
Open edition prints ship in 3 days.
Signed prints and enamel pins in most cases ship within 1 week. However, please allow up to 2 weeks before shipping for these categories. Embellished prints, Time-Limited editions, and Originals take 1-3 weeks to ship.
You can find more info in Shipping Policy.
If you’d like to receive more accurate information about the delivery terms, contact before placing an order (please specify the product).
Can I modify or cancel my order?
Sure, please contact as soon as possible (include your order #). Please note: changes can be made to your order, if it has not shipped yet.
Can I track my order?
Yes, tracking number is emailed once the order is shipped. You can find your order’s tracking link and details in your account dashboard as well.
Can I order an Embellished print after the Limited Edition is closed?
I couldn't find a certain artwork on your site. Is it available as a print?
Do you ship to my country?
Yes, I ship mostly worldwide!
* Currently there’s no shipping of signed prints and pins to Finland, but I’m working on it.
Can I get a permission to use your art for a music album/book cover?
Can I get a tattoo based on your art?
Can I share your work on my blog/ website/ magazine?
Please make sure to credit me as the author and link these images to my website/social media. Please note that any editing or adding text on the image is not allowed. Thank you!
Special request or offer?
Can I commission a piece?
I rarely offer commissions due to the abundance of ongoing art work. If I take a commission, it will be painted in my style and aesthetic. Minimum waiting time is 2 months.
If you’d really like me to paint something special for you – please send the description of the desired piece (any relevant information like the theme or subject; the purpose; the mood; size; deadline).
I will get back to you with possibility and options.
Where do you get your ideas and inspiration?
Simple answer is that I’m inspired by nature, literature, scientific theories, ancient myths, the beauty of the human body, and the intricate illusions of the human mind.
The truth is that for me inspiration is ephemeral, it is like a color and doesn’t exist until photons of a consciousness fall on something and that is being reflected to one’s mind as an idea or a sensation. There’s no way to explain creative process, its algorithm is too complex and intricate. It is one’s neural system, I believe, that defines something as inspiring, mixes various treasures from its palace and generates a concept. Thus the source of inspiration and ideas is always inside myself.
Do you post tutorials or videos of your process?
Currently there’re no tutorials or courses offered. However, if you’d like to stay tuned on future updates, simply follow me on social or join my Newsletter.
Which material do you use for traditional painting?
Can I ask you a few questions for my school project?
How can I keep abreast of new releases?
Have you changed your name?
Yes, Tanya Shatseva is my previous incarnation. I’ve changed my name, because it was time to. More about the reasons in my Instagram post.
Does your art have feminism as a motive?
I love female appearance, the beauty of her anatomy, the power of her soul. My characters may look very feminine, ethereal, though inside they are bold, strong and courageous. They never compete or fight with anyone, they just do their fateful things and keep being cosmic.