"Every day I dip my paintbrush in a rainbow so I can colour the world my way" – just a few words describing the style, universe, and personality of Aura, whose creativity and artistic sense ignore the bounds of 3D illustration. Her watercolour landscapes are faithful to reality but still can't hide her artist's feeling; they have been exhibited many times over, some of them still adorning the walls at Sticky Fingers in London. She has also explored Indian ink and pastel, showing as much deftness at representing the world's fantasies in multi-colour as she does in black and white. She is quite happy switching from paintbrush to crayon and tackling portraits, drawing personalities and unknowns alike, with equal interest and faithfulness, from a single photograph. Aura is the complete artist and extends her universe into fields transcending the plastic arts: one day she’s a stylist, the next a writer, with two novels to her credit already. By venturing into computer graphics, once again she refuses to acknowledge any limit to her creativity, because the world she lives in keeps on extending too. While reaching out toward these ever more varied horizons, she remains true to the expression of her inner self.