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Alina Palamarciuc 

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Born in 1974 in Drăgănești, Moldova, Alina Palamarciuc studied between 1993 -1999 at the Academy of Music, Theatre and Fine Arts in the country’s capital city, Chișinău.

Fifteen years ago she moved to Porto; living in Portugal has opened new doors for her and given her new opportunities. She dedicates most of her time to creating and she also enjoys giving occasional painting lessons, whether private or in cooperation with cultural organisations. 

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Cezara Kolesnik 

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As a painter devoted to modernism, Cezara Kolesnik draws on the most diverse creative sources. Hers is a universe full of symbols depicted in colours pure and bright mixed with the melancholy eyes of children lost, children asleep on hills or in the embrace of sympathetic dragons.

Kolesnik embarked on the path toward becoming a painter in her childhood.

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Eudochia Robu

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Very happy to present these stunning landscapes from Orheiul Vechi and Butuceni villages in Moldova - all painted by Eudochia Robu!

The value of those paintings is in the skilfully depicted combination of the scenes with various human states of mind.
Winter Song, for example...

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Florina Breazu

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Florina Breazu’s abstract expressionism captivates with startling colours and unordinary shades of light that produce at first blush sensations of warmth and cold, closeness and distance.  At the next stage, her gestural paintwork offers the spectator meanings evoked by her avant-garde style.

‘Abstract painting is a form of my freedom. It allows me to discover different realities in my inner life, in its cognitive or intuitive spaces, rather than reproducing the visible reality,' says the artist. ‘It is like a flight. It is me without any restriction.’

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Ghenadie Şonţu  

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Ghenadie Şonţu is a Moldovan artist who stays faithful to contemporary realism in order to provide messages understandable by everyone. His interpretative method of presenting various objects places meaning-making images of human actors at the centre of his artistic vision.

His works reflect not just portraits, still lifes or landscapes, but stories -- and these stories usually belong to someone.

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Georghe Lisiţa

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Born 1982 in Suhuluceni, Teleneşti, Moldova, Lisița is currently based in Chişinău, the country’s capital. He graduated from the Academy of Music, Theatre and Fine Arts in Chişinău in 2006 and earned his master’s degree from the Ion Creangă Pedagogical University in Chişinău in 2007.

His parents had opposing views regarding his career: his father wanted him to take up painting professionally, while his mother wanted him to do IT and Mathematics. Given his love for art, he listened to his heart. Lisița was always fascinated by Rembrandt, Grigorescu and Turner.

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Gheorghe Munteanu  

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As an artist who has spent more than half his life painting and teaching art, Gheorghe Munteanu counts himself lucky to have had a chance to learn from Tatiana Yablonska, internationally recognized as one of the most important Ukrainian painters during the socialist realism period.

Munteanu was born in 1934 in Olişcani village, in the Şoldăneşti district of Moldova, about 115 miles north of Chisiau, the Moldovan capital. He graduated from the Ilya Repin College of Fine Arts in Chisinau in 1959 and from the State Institute of Arts in Kiev in 1970.

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Gheorghe Ţărnă 

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The works of Gheorghe Ţărnă attract the viewer with their symbolic, decorative and skilfully painted surfaces. 

Ţărnă's artistic journey began in the village of Ciuteşti, in the Nisporeni district of Moldova, where he was born in 1974. He graduated from the Alexandru Plămădeală College of Fine Arts and the Academy of Music Theatre and Fine Arts, both in Chişinău. 

'Ţarnă has a refined ornamental sense', the scholar Eleonora Brigalda says, 'and treats the two-dimensional surface of the canvas with rare complementary chromatic finesse, gently brushing and styling the forms without falling into abstraction.' 

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Liviu Hâncu                                         

 

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Born in northern Moldova in 1959, in Volodeni village, Liviu Hâncu studied at the University of Fine Art and Architecture in St Petersburg, Russia.

Most of his time is dedicated to painting but he is also an associate professor at the Technical University of Moldova. Influenced by Russian realistic art as well as French impressionism, he is today one of the most well-known names in Moldovan art.

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Mihai Ţăruş  

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His artworks are profound. The interpretation of his artistic vision, his thoughts and feelings, is stratified but softly coated.  It’s about how the artist feels and what he wants to share with the public.

‘Paintings can’t be consumed like a play or music’, says Mihai Ţăruş. ‘To be understood they need to meet your eyes every day.’

The artist doesn’t depict just a condition, but instead uses different kind of shapes, colours and textures to compress time so that we can decode it according to our own moods and feelings.

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Natalia Podlesnaia

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Nelly Vrânceanu

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Nelly Vrânceanu takes great interest in depicting landscapes that immerse the viewer in a sight ruled by emotions even if the hues are calm and there is not much contrast. She chooses to speak about feelings because she believes they accentuate our values rather than just helping us obtain things.

'Advocating for or against something makes us chose every time to be on one side or the other', she says. 'In such a way we could create a utility for any art object. But then who would speak about feelings? Who would move the fibres of perception? What would the colours be? What would the values be?'

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Born in 1980 in Chişinău, Moldova's capital, the artist is currently based in Moscow.  She inherited her love for art from her father, who is also a painter and with whom she collaborated later on many artistic projects.

Bakitskaya is devoted to the associative-romantic realism. Her work is a continuous reflection of her feelings and thoughts. Her artistic language is easily perceived by viewers who are ready to reinterpret what they see.

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Olga Godovaniuc

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Olga Godovaniuc graduated from the ‘George Enescu’ Faculty of Visual Arts and Design at the University of Arts in Iasi, Romania in 2014.

The artist, currently based in the UK, has chosen to work in the fantastic realism style, depicting her characters primarily with blue and purple hues that best accommodate the idea of the road of the infinite, where reality turns into fantasy. This narrative fiction is driven by multiple ideas that refer to the interdependence of the material and spiritual worlds.

In my work I refer to the human being and the soul, trying to connect the sky with the earth. My characters always have diaphanous images, but the connection with reality is essential’, says the artist.

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Robert Ixari

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Robert Ixari was born in 1970 in Edineț, in northern Moldova. His parents were chemistry and biology professors but they loved art, so he was encouraged to do what he loved – painting.

He graduated from the Academy of Music, Theatre and Fine Arts in Chișinău in 1995. His style is a mixture of figurative, modern impressionism, and contemporary realism. Following a number of solo and group exhibitions in Ukraine, the Netherlands, Moldova, and Cyprus, and in private collections in countries such as Norway, Italy and the USA, he is participating in his first UK exhibition.

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Tatiana Kaymaz

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Tatiana Kaymaz, recent graduate from the Academy of Music, Theatre and Fine Arts in Chișinău, has chosen abstract expressionism as the transcendental narrative of her work inspired primarily from landscapes depicting Marine flora and fauna.

Life is water, nature is the most impressive beauty, but the deepest and the most mysterious is the sea”, says the artist.

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Tudor Fabian   

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Experiments lie at the heart of Tudor Fabian's work. He experiments endlessly, trying to achieve the most unusual colours, shapes and figures.

Fabian was born in 1970 in the village of Colibas, in the Cahul district in southern Moldova, close to the Romanian border. 

He studied art at the 'I. Repin' National Pedagogical School of Fine Arts in Chisinau and at the Academy of Fine Arts and Architecture in Kiev, where he earned his master’s degree in 1997.

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Tudor Zbârnea  

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Tudor Zbârnea’s paintings are more than just an artistic expression of concepts and emotions. They encourage an existentialist debate regarding the evolution of one’s identity and values in an inexplicable universe governed by chaos.

'Painting, the artist investigates unapparent details of a still-amorphous universe and makes the effort to discover -- in their intimacy -- the major routes from void to creation, from disorder to rigour and from darkness to light', the Romanian art historian Pavel Susara says.

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Vadim Palamarciuc  

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Most of Vadim Palamarciuc’s paintings refer to the sea, to adventures, and to love. And there is always a mystery behind his artistic dreams, which are depicted skilfully in golden-brown shades.

There is no doubt: Vadim Palamarciuc inherited his colour palette from his father, Vladimir Palamarciuc. But his approach is entirely different.

Vadim Palamarciuc’s artistic language is sincere, non-aggressive and post-traditional. His goal is to create happiness with his own hands, though it is not easy to navigate the terrain where human desires and emotions are found.

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Iftodii was born 1985 in Chişinău, Moldova's capital. She graduated from the Academy of Music, Theatre and Fine Arts in Chişinău in 2008 and earned her master’s degree in 2009 from the same institution in the class of Iurie Matei, Master of Arts.

Iftodii’s debut exhibition-contest took place in Romania in 2003. Since then she has been very active holding numerous personal and representative exhibitions in Moldova as well as in Romania, Poland and Hungary.

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Victoria Cozmolici 

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Vladimir Palamarciuc

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Vyacheslav Bakitsky 

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Born in 1950 in Fântânița village in Moldova. Vyacheslav Bakitsky’s conceptual realism unveils to the viewer inner ideas expressed with a cold colour palette sporadically enlivened by vivid but modest brush strokes.

His academic approach to the form, combined with abstract elements, primarily presents thoughts and feelings as attractive and skilfully visualised puzzles that engage us endlessly in a search for wisdom and meaning. 

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Yana Proka 

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