Eco-Deco wall art is made by following eco minimalistic principles like reduction, simplicity, order, sustainability, and the idea that critical thinking is never final. It highlights the necessity of assembling artworks with fewer and more sustainable materials. Mina's eco-deco geometric, and yet minimalistic works of art, are perfect decoration for any type of architecture, and for every modern family that is environmentally conscious.
While minimalist artists in the 60s have already questioned the work of art as finished object, Mina has used precisely outlined geometric forms in a similar way, but hasn't strip her artworks of decoration, which distinguishes them immediately from the uniformity of modernism, giving her art an art deco glamour. At the same time her art is a true represent of post-modern philosophy, which is questioning whether the author or artist really existed. And not only did she question the work of art as a finished object, she has stressed the idea and process as well.
Mina has extended concepts and ideas used in minimalism (precise machining and questioning the work of art as a finished object), performance art(stressing ideas and process), surrealism (unconsciously conscious endless patterns) pop art(erasing boundaries between artist and observers), and environmental art (by being environmentally aware and conscious). Her original works of art are true embodiment of an idea that creative process is truly finished in the mind of the spectator. Her art respects even more the concept of the art as a process, which starts in the mind of an artist, and is finished in the mind of an observer, but is still never really finished and is ever evolving.
All materials used are environmentally friendly, non-toxic and lead free by the US standards, and are all made in the USA and Japan.
"For me, art is, and should be, an integral part of life. Artworks are part of the ever evolving creative process which connects people, nature, and everything else in the Universe. In my works of art I am trying to capture glimpses of this essence, that I like to call the never ending "harmony of chaos," which I believe is the only universal rule ever existed. It consists of patterns, repetitions and balance. The only way to achieve this is by making artworks which are environmentally conscious, contemplative and intuitively comprehensive. "