This latest exhibition by Irma’s Craft (Irma Latsanych) will amaze and inspire with two of her latest collections.
The ‘Old Dutch Masters’ is a collection of 3D paintings made from air-dry clay. This collection has been inspired by the origins from the Middle Ages and Ancient Greco-Roman art, still-life painting emerged as a distinct genre in Western painting by the late 16th century and began as a particular genre with Netherlandish painting of the 16th and 17th centuries. Irma as a 21st century artist developed the idea using modern materials to create the contemporary take on the classical genre.
The paintings with their vibrant colours against the black background intrigue and captivate your attention. Each flower petal and every leaf is executed to perfection, trying to capture the resemblance of the flowers’ unique natural beauty.
The ‘Contemporary Ascot Hats’ collection is another stunning creation from Irma, combining life-like flowers and Old Dutch still-life painting allowing each hat to be a one-of-a-kind piece.
Irma Latsanych was born in Lvov, Ukraine. For many years she was working as a radio broadcaster and events manager responsible for organising both corporate and large-scale public events. In 2013, she became a student at the Clay Craft School of Olga Petrova (now DECO Clay Craft Academy Russia). In 2016, Irma successfully opened her own school called Irma’s Craft based in Worthing. Irma’s art has previously been displayed at Colonnade House and her artwork sells worldwide.
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