Tekla Kighuradze, a young self-taught artist hailing from Tbilisi, is known for her versatile approach to artistry. Her multimedia practice is a testament to her unceasing exploration of various artistic media and modes of self-expression. Through these relentless experiments, she has crafted a distinctive visual style that superimposes painterly aesthetics with a diverse array of influences, drawing inspiration from Japanese animation and elements of popular culture. Tekla fearlessly depicts her most authentic and vulnerable self through her work, often depicting characters that bear resemblance to the artist herself. With a masterful use of personal symbolism, Tekla's art delves into profoundly intimate narratives, delving into the intricacies of human experiences at large.. Tekla is widely exhibited in Georgia, including her first solo show at The Why Not Gallery in 2022.