Ludmila Curilova2, for Carmen Madruga

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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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    Gracias a ti estimada amica Sardanas por tu apoyo, tus palabras, tus comentarios. Muchas gracias! Un abrazo
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  • Tan bello o más que la primera parte y eso ya es decir mucho, mil
    gracias Michaela y felicidades por tan brillante trabajo. Un beso.
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    Thank you Juão for your kind and supportive words, I really do appreciate them. I am glad you like Ludmila Curilova. Much appreciated your comment, thank you.
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  • Beautiful! There is a strange luminescent glow surrounding these paintings, Indeed, each one of these ladies seems to be a princess inside and the music suits them perfectly. Thank you, Michaela
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  • Thank you Carmen, Francois and John, thank you!
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Ludmila Curilova2, for Carmen Madruga

  1. 1. http://www.authorstream.com/Presentation/sandamichaela-2222296-ludmila2/
  2. 2. Ludmila Curilova was born (1952) in Kishinev, Moldova.   She 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 Waiting for My Date
  3. 3. Fieldbouquet AprilI
  4. 4. Flowers AprilIV
  5. 5. AprilV
  6. 6. Daydreams
  7. 7. Serenity
  8. 8. Autumnbouquet
  9. 9. La Chaise Fleurie
  10. 10. La Salon de Or
  11. 11. La Salon de Or II Metallic paint is often added for refinery onto textiles and surfaces of bowls and pottery.
  12. 12. Lady in Red Chair
  13. 13. Lady in White
  14. 14. Rest Whitechrysanthemums
  15. 15. While Ludmila uses traditional media and tools, acrylic paint, brushes and art knives, she also experiments with small clay sculpture, hand building and hand cutting the pieces and then finishing them with stains and glazes. Her images bring to life that fantasy world that lives within her mind
  16. 16. Salon I Salon II
  17. 17. The Café
  18. 18. Roses
  19. 19. “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
  20. 20. Spring Queen
  21. 21. The works of Klint, Micheal Vrubel and Vasnetsov inspires Curilova.  Constant themes in her work are the different paths in life and the modern woman versus the fairy tale.  She has always had a love for fashion and this is evident in her stylized women.  Through fashion in her paintings she shows the figures level of society and their beliefs.  Curilova’s women invite the viewer into their world, one filled with beauty, mystery and love
  22. 22. Sound: Dame Kiri Te Kanawa sings Rachmaninoff Vocalise op.34 no.14 Text and pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Presentation: Sanda Foi oreanuş www.slideshare.net/michaelasanda

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