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The Keeper of Lost Dreams - Solo Exhibition by Luana Stebule (Lithuania)

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Katakata

132A Brixton Hill

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SW2 1RS

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We are very pleased to invite you to another sesational Opening Night in March after selling out in February exhibition.

You will be discoering exclusive artworks from an international artist: Luana Stebule

(Lithuania)


Opening Night: 5th March 6pm - 10pm

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Free wines and snacks will be provided


PS The restaurant will be open: You can grab the best galettes and crepes with freshly pressed juices.

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EXHIBITION: 6th March - 1st April

Openning times:11am - 10pm

We look forward to seeing you :)


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BIOGRAPHY

I was born in Lithuania 29th October 1962.

I finished A.Martinaitis Art School city Kaunas, Vilnius Academy of Art. For more than 20 years I worked in Kaunas Musical Theatre as an artist.

In Lithuania and around Europe: Hungary, Poland, Italy I made about 20 Solo exhibitions and participated in 30 group exhibitions.

I made 9 scenography projects in Lithuanian theatres. Also, painted about 10 big walls in hotels, restaurants, schools. I have written and published 3 poetry books in Lithuanian language. My poems translated in English, Turkish, Hindi, Italian language.

From 2013 I have been living and painting in Milton Keynes, but only this October I exhibited my pictures in Milton Keynes Art Week.

My pictures are poems, only on canvas and have colours. A flavour and inspiration driven by adventures into England, the beauty and charm of the English culture, and warmth of my reception. Also, my inspiration came from David Hockney exhibition, first time I saw Mark Rotho in Tate Modern and fell in love…

My favourite artist is Henri Matisse, but I do find my own language of forms and colours..

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