We continue the Office Gallery project with the exhibition of paintings and graphics titled Color symphony, signed by Laura-Lucia Gavan (Mihalca). The public can see one of the best exhibition projects starting this July and thus get to know some of the work of a contemporary Romanian artist in full affirmation, all in a new context – that of the business environment.
The project represents a retrospective look at the various series that make up the artist’s work, being a novel exhibition inviting to (re)discover nature, signs and symbols. Sensitive, vivid landscapes highlight the passion of the author for nature and color. Blooming trees, seaside or mountainous landscapes, strong sunsets attract the attention of viewers through the richness and intensity of colors, as well as through the sensibility of the created chromatic harmonies.
In addition, we have a series of exceptional graphic works, which show a certain sensitivity for graphing, the relationship between lines, spaces and other elements of plastic expression.
“In a predominantly pragmatic society, breathing through culture becomes a necessity. Thus, a painting exhibition awakens you to life, sets new priorities for you. Such an event is bound to complement our socializing needs, the need to embrace the beauty and we will do it with passion, because Laura’s works can only inspire vibration, sentiment, dedication, synesthesia of senses”, writes Karla Stanciu, communication specialist.
About the author
Laura Lucia Gavan is one of the most active young Romanian contemporary artists, being a constant presence on the picture rails in Bucharest and in the country. She is a graduate of the Nicolae Tonitza Fine Arts Highschool, ceramics department, and attended the Faculty of Art History and Theory of the National University of Arts in Bucharest. Her works have been exhibited in the most prestigious cultural institutions in Bucharest and in the country, being presently in important private collections. She has worked as a cultural journalist with collaborations with both press agencies, newspapers and magazines, written and online publications, as well as radio-TV collaborations.
Since January 2011, she has been coordinating the Art Out project, both as editor and as an exceptional cultural manager, ready to develop active and creative communities.