Color therapy

Masha Guseva creates unique works at the intersection of different professions - neurologist, artist, and art therapist.
Masha is a second-generation medical doctor from a family of scientists, a professor in the Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery at the N.I. Pirogov Russian National Medical University, and a member of the American Association of Art Therapists. She studied painting at the workshop of Viktor Sevryugov, who was descended from the famous Russian Glandiny-Salganik dynasty. She has been researching color composition for many years while studying color neurophysiology.

As a professor of neurology, Masha formulates her paintings not just as beautiful works of art, but carefully takes into account their influence on the psyche. Because of this, her paintings can actually heal.
People can see her unique paintings and posters in many medical centers in Russia and also in galleries, museums, and private collections in many countries around the world.