Staying in touch with art… by Kiara Timm
If March kept its winter coat on, April made its entrance with its ravishing scents and a splash of warmer temperatures! While we are now welcoming Spring officially, we try to keep the spirit up, the positive vibes and creativity going.
It must be spring!
There are different events and activities going on for you to explore and enjoy.
As always, stay well, stay positive, enjoy your reading and the Easter Holidays!
Connected – going virtual at the Venice Biennale this summer!
Meeting a LOCAL ARTIST
Brit Lindstroem is a Norwegian artist who has been residing on and off the island for about the past 20 years. Her love for the arts and painting in particular started in 2007 when she first came to the island of Aphrodite (Venus) and started taking classes at Nick Costa’s studio.
Her love for colors together with her thirst to express her creativity through her paintings, has let her to explore all sorts of themes through her artworks; from nature to stormy weather, seascape scenery and beyond, Brit’s art is clearly very versatile and alive. Her source of inspiration also varies from walks in nature with its colours, local seascapes, photographs and magazines.
Brit mostly paints with acrylics but she also likes to explore with mix media.
Brit had also been a member of the Cyprus Open studios where she had participated in various art group exhibitions. She had also been showing her works at The Makers Space in Tala together with other artists recently.
Currently, she holds a studio in Chlorakas at the Artemis Studios, a space hosting different artists, where she continues to show her work.
To view more on Brit Lindstroem’s artworks, you can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an appointment or visit her at Artemis Studios in Chlorakas, Paphos.
Creativity is contagious – pass it on!
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THE MAKERS SPACE – A MEETING POINT FOR CREATIVE MINDS
In the beautiful hills of Tala, near Agios Neophytos Monastery, lies The Makers Space, a unique and creative art facility hosting membership-based studio and gallery space for artists and ceramists.
The whole concept was born about 5 years ago when its creator, Lee-Anne Raw, was in search of something with a meaning. As a ceramic maker, she was on a quest for a small studio space when she discovered the beautiful stone building close to the monastery. It was a matter of time until she renovated and transformed it into the present incredible art facility.
The Makers Space offers a range of membership options that cater for full-time artists, serious art hobbyist as well as beginners. Currently, the space hosts a team of 20 people while it covers classes on a weekly bases for about 14-18 children. The space also offers a series of events and exhibitions which are listed on its Facebook page.
Quoting Lee-Anne Raw… ’Arts come with a challenge… in our personal journey we need to push ourselves to find what we are capable of’.
FB: The Makers Space
Shared Studio and Gallery Spaces / Agios Neophytos Avenue – +357 96 894368
Pick & choose & MORE
~~~BUFFER FRINGE PERFORMING ART FESTIVAL / DEADLINE 24/4/22 / FOR MORE INFO: http://www.bufferfringe.org
~~~XARKIS FESTIVAL / RESIDENCE PROGRAM IN AGROS / DEADLINE 25/4/22 MORE INFO AT XARKISFESTIVAL ON INSTAGRAM or on Facebook: xarkis festival
~~~STO5I OPEN CALL FOR DIFFERENT ART DISCIPLINES / MORE INFO AT http://www.sto5i.info/opencall2022 deadline 30/4/22
~~~ART STUDIO 55, LIMASSOL / SPRING GROUP EXHIBITION / 11-17/4/ 22, 7pm -10pm
~~~Pop up shop / artists exhibition at sneakpeek multispacer Nicosia / trikoupi 92a&B, NICOSIA / 17/4/22 at 2-9pm
Did you know that?
POP ARTIST, Andy Warhol, at the end of every month, would seal a box and add a date to it to create “time capsules.”
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As always, stay safe and keep on creating!
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