Zora’s art can be characterized as visions of her ‘inner landscapes’, inner states translated into colour, shape and line. Her work draws on the rich traditions of the classical expressionism, surrealism and minimalism. Her expressions most often spring out of an actual experience but are not pre-planned in any usual way. She does not see the flow of creativity limited to the hand and sense of vision. The creative genius manifests through the entire body and creates in various media: drawing, painting, sculpture, dance and music. She often paints with closed eyes, using her non-dominant hand and/or both hands. This reduces the amount of control she has over the creative process. The artistic process is used as a vehicle to explore and unravel the unknown, hidden aspects of oneself.