Sara Kahla paints what she feels. It may sound straightforward, but her mood dictates the creative process. Even so, she always returns to her roots - her physical and geographical background - and her internal struggles. She is volatile by nature, so the creative intentions of yesterday do not always match those of tomorrow. She feels at peace when she creates. It gives her a sense of direction in a complicated world of thoughts and emotions. This is evident in her work; she thinks - though not always. Her works of art reflect her person: undogmatic yet strict, erratic, yet precise, sometimes confusing - but always prepared to invest everything she contains within herself.