Sandra Groza (Latvia). Paintings.
August 30th – September 28th, 2018Sandra GrozaBorn in Latvia and my nationality is Latvian. In October 2014 Latvia opened Embassy in India and my husband became the first Latvian ambassador to this wonderful country. Since that time we are in New Delhi.I am not an artist but have a hobby: I like to paint the eggs for Easter which is a special time, universally enjoyed in Latvia. People colour eggs with various materials. Eggs appears on the table not only as festive delicacy, but also are used as home decoration for Easter time.
Exhibition's opening event on August 30th, 2018
Motoart Show – 'First of Its Name'
March 31, 2018 – April 29, 2018, Peepletree Art Gallery, Bangalore
Monday – Closed
Tuesday – Sunday 11AM – 7PM
March 31st, 2018. Opening of the Motoart Show
Event on April 14th, 2018
April 28th, 2018. Closing event of the Motoart Show.
"Retrospective" is a group art show, in which we exhibit the works of Maya Liepina and Aigars Liepiņš, and which coincides with the formal opening of Peepletree Art Gallery on 5th of March, 2017. As it is the very first exhibition at Peepletree Art Gallery, we thought what better way to introduce ourselves than to show our earlier works.We present several of Aigars' academic works from his student days at Art Academy of Latvia – studio projects which include portraiture and studies of the human form.Some of his works like 'Self-portrait as Madonna with Machine gun' (Ink, pencil on paper) also rendered in the dry needle technique.Screen Prints, Linocut, Aquatint, Lithography in 'Not my Business'.Post Academy work – 'Arizona Desert' (Oil on cardboard), 'Creepy Dolls' inspired by collection of vintage dolls which also exposed at gallery.Maya's works are drawn from 3 different series. The most recent include landscape paintings (acrylic on canvas), inspired by the countryside covered in our motorcycle rides. "Sunflowers" is inspired by the our ride in North Karnataka, which captured the essence of this region, with the beauty of the fields of flowers and the windmills like giant mechanical flowers themselves, tracing the outline of the distant hills. "Forest Fires" depicts the fires that blazed in the Bandipur forests, that sadly destroy the forests and are a threat to the wildlife and natural ecosystem of that environment.Two of the paintings are from her cityscape series, (2009), inspired by the literary work "Invisible Cities" by the Italian author Italo Calvino.Finally two mixed media drawings rendered in a style inspired by Goth art, were meant to be self exploratory..
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