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No.1 artwork of this year is finished. It was started at the 2-day sculpting demonstration ‘Blueberry extraction from plaster’ at The Stone Space Gallery in Leytonstone, London, where I’ve currently another ‘Pearl’ Sculpture in the show – ‘artFORMS‘. Show closes on Sunday Jan 6th, 6pm. If you’re interested to have a similar event in your venue or gallery, contact me for details please. Thank you.
It’s coming to the end of the year, and I can’t believe it’s going so fast! I’ve decided to do a yearly post of my channel’s most viewed videos. here the list comes, enjoy…
1. Silvia Krupinska talking to artist Carne Griffiths at Debut Contemporary, 25.2.12.
2. Silvia Krupinska in ‘Czechin’ London’ documentary film (SK), 2010
3. Textures of Salt and Oil paintings, Homage to Lichens series, 2012.
4. Salt oil painting experiments in my studio, part I.
5. Silvia Krupinska talking to artist Rosie Emerson at The Other Art Fair 2011.
The images speak best, so I won’t write much more, apart I need to tell you this sculpture is called Perla and it is made from plaster-de-Paris and three pearls. It is 5.8 cm across and it’s available for a limited time directly from my studio.
This is my smallest plaster sculpture to date (6 cm across). Work in progress.
You might ask, why on earth would I want to make dust from a pearl? I say for the art of it. I’m always interested in different kinds of sculpting materials. Today I crashed two pearly shells. I’ve been collecting those for this purpose and finally the day came. Here are some of the results so far. More to come. Keep tuned.
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I’m pleased to present a video of my PechaKucha presentation from ASC Erlang House, from earlier this year. 20 images, 20 seconds each on my work processes and inspirations. For the flyer please click here.
‘Soľ nad zlato’ in Eng. ‘Salt above Gold’, title of a Slovakian film fairy-tale, exploring preciousness of salt above all! I’ll be experimenting in my new works how the salt and gold ‘work’ together, in a form of a painting. Can’t wait!
Image of a work in progress.