Starting her art carrier from scratch and with no formal education, later in life, means her perspective and views come from those of a "normal", “average” person, a simple, hardworking, unnoticed human. Life was never too easy for her, ups and downs, losses and gains, happiness and sorrow. When she did come to discover that there's more to her than just being, that creating was a part of who she was, it was like a volcano started to erupt and never stops.
At the beginning of her now 8-year career, she did strictly commission work, projects dictated in their entirely by the clients. Anat had very little say, although in retrospective it shows that she did use her life wisdom she gained thus far to make decisions and suggest her designs.
In 2013, an invite to paint a mural for a museum exhibit changed all that, and made her much more aware of what's in her, how she wants to use it, and follow her true passion: urban art. Art for the people. Anywhere and everywhere. It made Anat want to break the rules, experiment, test the boundaries only to disregard them."Every project teaches me something new – about art, about people, about myself. Every project takes me to a new adventure, to new discoveries. Every mural, every piece of art I produce stays in me, but also takes away a part of my soul. My artistic metamorphosis is now complete in a sense that I cannot see myself as anything else. I have become my art."