Read about her artistic journey
It's not pretty in the traditional sense, but Alice Dyba's style aptly reflects her portrayal of humanity in the gutter. The characters she paints are obnoxious, mad, full of energy; it's infectious, their mania unhinges the environments they inhabit, and the world becomes a malignant drunken blur. “Are we having fun yet?” whispers the devil on your shoulder.
Painting with nostalgic cynicism, Dyba assumes a similar role to contemporary artist Antony Micallef: the filth and the fury combine in a modern critique of humanity.