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Ludmila Curilova was born in Kishinev, Moldova.
“Painting has always been important to me. It acts as the magic mirror through which I share my perception of the world. The unspoken statement in my work is that inside every woman is a princess”. - Ludmila Curilova

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    • 1. http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/sandamichaela-2221589-ludmila1/
    • 2. Ludmila Curilova was born (1952) in Kishinev, Moldova.   Ludmila was raised in an atmosphere of artistic exploration. Her father was a set designer and scene painter for Moldova's National Theatre of Opera and Ballet. Her mother was a ballerina at the same theatre company and together they instilled a love and appreciation for the arts in all their children. As a result, one of Ludmila's brothers is also an artist, another is a famous Eastern European writer. In 2001 Ludmila Curilova left her country and moved to Canada. Symbolism plays an important role in her paintings; some of these symbols are understandable to everyone and others have a very private meaning. “I still believe in fairy tales. One of my favorite expressions is that every woman is a princess inside“ For Curilova her art has been a journey of discovery, inspired by the personal changes in her life.
    • 3. Evening dress
    • 4. Ludmila’s work is greatly influenced by illusory theatre art and it retains the decorative quality of a fairy tale setting. Both with her paintings on paper and those on canvas, Ludmila is able to capture a warm, rich glow of her colours with almost a magical essence.
    • 5. Spring Flowers
    • 6. HerHighness
    • 7. Crimson Queen
    • 8. Bluemood Lady in Waiting
    • 9. Along with the skills taught to her by the father, Ludmila Curilova received her formal art training at the College of Art in Kishinev GirlwithFlower InnerBeauty
    • 10. Ludmila Curlova’s formal training began at the I.E. Repin School of Fine Arts and continued in Moscow Ladyinred
    • 11. “Painting has always been important to me.  It acts as the magic mirror through which I share my perception of the world.  The unspoken statement in my work is that inside every woman is a princess”. - Ludmila Curilova
    • 12. Le Caf RougeLooking Outwards
    • 13. Sound: Oleg Pogudin - Russian romances and traditional folk songs Text and pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Presentation: Sanda Foi oreanuş www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda

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