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Grape Extraction Sculpture and plasticine balls, installation idea for Organicities.

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As Organicities approaches in 2 weeks I’m considering how to refresh the installation of my sculptures, especially those that are longing their “natural” environment. To be more specific, I’m talking about “From the Bottom of the Sea Sculptures“. To  make it feel more comfortable, and “like at home” I’m having a go at testing it’s unfinished cousin, plaster ball, immersed in water. There might be even special guests joining, it would be VIF to be precise. To find out more about them, pop in to Debut Contemporary on Saturday15th October 12-5. If you would like to read the press release click here, or for e-flyer click here.

Experiments with the installation of From the Bottom of the Sea Sculpture.

Testing of an unfinished plaster ball in water, is making me think that VIF guests will be coming in! You'll be sure to find out their names on 15.10.11, in Debut Contemporary.

My new sculpting material, 120 golf balls. And the number is increasing...do you have any spare?

Silvia Krupinska, Study of Bee-Flies I, 2011

What a day it was on Wednesday! I managed to get in to Angela Marmont Centre for Bio Diversity, Natural History Museum, London, which is specialized research centre open to public and professionals, to search, study, identify and talk to experts about anything you can think of from Natural History. Not always booking  recommended. I was in need of seeing  Bombylius Major. I love the name, sounds like a soldier fly, but in fact it is a Bee-Fly. The name might be misleading. It is a fly, that pretends to be a bee! It’s behaviour is fascinating. It lays eggs in bee and wasp nests, it pollinates flowers with it’s elongated nose and it hates cold. It can wrap up it’s wings around to keep warm. So much more to tell, but instead, I present to you, my own photos of the specimen. Cheers and remember, not all that looks like a bee, is a bee! Don’t  kill it.

Bombylius Major - Bee Fly

Angela Marmont Centre for Bio Diversity, Natural History Museum, London

 

Installation with lotus leaves, Grape Dreams (grape extraction) sculpture in the front and From the Bottom of the Sea sculptures in the back

Silvia Krupinska, Studio Instalation with new paintings, 6.9.11

Please join our VIP private view at Debut Contemporary  at 82 Westbourne Grove, Notting Hill, London, W2 5RT on Wednesday, September 7th, 2011 . I’d love to meet and have a chat with you there. Please let me know so I can put you on the guest list. Thanks and see you with a smile.

 

 

My debut at Debut Contemporary is coming. I’ll become one of their artists from this September. Join us for the VIP private view in this dynamic atmosphere of lively Notting Hill, Westbourne Grove. See more at http://www.debutcontemporary.com

Debut Contemporary, My Yellow Moon Transition 2011 in the window.

Hi dear followers. I uploaded my Colourful Radio interview with Carla Williams and Dianne Larrington to my youtube channel. Listen to it to find out about my new ideas and more! Thanks and happy summer to all.

During my* Colourful Radio interview with Karla Williams I promised to write out all the mentioned links (which are all below). While I download and publish the interview, I’d like to share the exciting news of another interview in SK Magazine that was published on 30th May in both English and Slovak languages. Click here to read it in English. Click here to read in Slovak.

Here is the list of my websites and contacts:

website: http://www.silviakrupinska.com/                                blog:https://silviakrupinska.wordpress.com/

video:http://www.youtube.com/user/SilviaKrupinska       twitter:http://twitter.com/SilviaKrupinska     

facebook:https://www.facebook.com/pages/Silvia-Krupinska-Organic-Contemporary -Sculpture/170004973029959

* if you can’t wait, you can listen to my interview.Click on the link, go on Listen Again, then find 03/06/2011, 11.00 and I start talking at 13min 30 sec approx.

Screen snip, SK Magazine, S. Krupinska Intervirew_May 11

Screen snip, SK Magazine, S. Krupinska Interview_May 11

S.Krupinska, Grape extraction sculpture, 22.4.2011 01

S.Krupinska, Grape extraction sculpture, 22.4.2011 01

I became an art surgeon for the day. I was testing what happens when I cast some grapes in plaster. It was coming out easier than the previous materials I used. I didn’t expect to have so much fun excavating it from the setting. Watching it back makes me giggly for some reason. It is disgusting and organically beautiful at the same time.

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Silvia Krupinska holding her From the Bottom of the Sea sculpture, Margate, 16.4.2011 01 Hi dear followers. I can’t wait to share these photos from yesterday’s trip to Margate. We went to see the opening of  Turner Contemporary Gallery, which turned out amazingly, but I wasn’t expecting anything else, as I’d been to preview the gallery some time ago. To top up and make the day even more useful, the car was loaded fully with not just our lunch, but my sculptures too. I brought Green and Red Moon Transition Sculptures and four From the Bottom of the Sea plaster sculptures to play with on the beach and make some sandy installations. I have a couple of videos from the day too. Please visit my youtube channel for a full selection. I hope you’ll enjoy looking at these temporary installations. Thanks. Silvia.

S. Krupinska, Green Moon Transition, Margate, 16.4.2011, 04S.Krupinska, From the Bottom of the Sea Sculpture, Margate, 16.4.2011, 02

S.Krupinska, Green Moon Transition sculpture, detail, Margate, 16.4.2011

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For mode details about the exhibition call me directly 07941006264 or visit http://www.oneforoneartists.co.uk. Thanks for watching.

I’m glad you can finally see the whole version of Czechin’ London Documentary (UK) about 6 creative Czechs and me. What a lovely bunch of people to work with! Thank you again.

Supported by Dynama o.s, done by Tomáš Doležal and Marta Svobodová, UK, 2010, 29min

<p><a href=”http://vimeo.com/21748879″>CZECHIN&#8217; LONDON (document)</a> from <a href=”http://vimeo.com/vizage”>vizage</a&gt; on <a href=”http://vimeo.com”>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p>

Embed copy the code above. All the best! Silvia

 

My sculptures for oneforone exhibition that will open on April 7th are coming together. Literally. Click here for more info about the show.

 

S.Krupinska, sculptures in progress for oneforone exhibition, 25.3.2011 01

S.Krupinska, sculptures in progress for oneforone exhibition, 25.3.2011 01

S.Krupinska, work in progress, muddy works, 18.03.2011

S.Krupinska, work in progress, muddy works, 18.03.2011

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