Expo Marina Artist Team in Dutch Consulate Nice
From March 1st onwards, until 2012, six aquarelle watercolours created by the Marina Artist Team will be on display in the Dutch Consulate in Nice. The Marina Artist Team are Marina Kulik, Marina Teding-van Berkhout and Cathie van der Stel, three aquarellistas, who work together on commissions for houses, portraits (of people and pets) and wedding bouquets. The Consulate already owns a portrait in aquarelle of her Majesty Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands, made by Marina Kulik.
Shown are a Berner Senner puppy and Grapes by Marina Teding van Berkhout, portrait of a black woman and poppies by Cathie van der Stel and portrait of a little girl and Cat & Frog by Marina Kulik. The exhibition is open to everybody visiting the Dutch consulate. Click the dutch flag on the upper right hand side to read the Dutch translation...
Exhibition in Les Terrasses d’Antipolis
From Tuesday 18 January to 11 April (2011), Marina Kulik exhibits her abstract paintings in the Centre d’Affaires of the "Espaces Antipolis" as well as the Restaurant "Les Terasses d' Antipolis" in Sophia Antipolis, the 'Silicon Valley' of the South of France. The show is initiated and organized by Ambre International, an association promoting "quality contemporary art by famous international artists whose work contributes to the Mediterranean and European cultural influence". It will feature Marina's existing myDNA series as well as her recent work on "Planets". The exhibition is open on working days from 8 AM to 7PM. Les Terrasses d'Antipolis 300 route des Crêtes 06902 Sophia-Antipolis Tel : 0493006060
Exhibition in Rumania
From 12 August to 28 August, 6 paintings of Marina Kulik will be exhibited in "Galeria de Artă ”Cupola” in Iasi, during "The International Annual Holotropic Art Symposium" of 2010. The work is made especially for this exhibition, the 12 international artists that were chosen to participate, created their art on the music of Rumanian composer Edi Apostu.
"Edi's music is intriguing, etheric and unsettling at the same time and playing it while designing made me use other forms and shapes. I also wanted to work in a less transparent, more defined way that required another material - so I stepped back from aquarelle and used a mix of oil, acrylics and felt pen. The colours are much brighter and the shapes much sharper and more intense. I made one big painting on six smaller canvases and then found that they were all works in their own right, that are all telling their own story. So I decided to show and sell them seperately and if one is sold, I'll make a new one in it's place that will change the "whole" of six. And I'll keep track of that with my camera, so in the years it will hopefully develop into something completely different. It was a great, inspiring project and I learned tremendously from it..."
After the exhibit in Rumania the work will move to Italy. More news about that later! For more information on the Holotropic Art Symposium visit http://www.holotropic.eu/
Artour in Villeneuve
On June 19th Marina Kulik exhibited her abstract aquarelles and demonstrated the noble art of aquarelle during "ARTOUR" 2010 in the Citadelle of Villeneuve Loubet (property of the Marquis de Panisse)
The exhibition targeted the business people of Sophia Antipolis, the high-tech area of the Côte d'Azur, "our" Silicon Valley.
The participating artists had put up their artwork (paintings and sculptures) outside in the courtyard, the sun was shining and they were giving demonstrations and telling the interested visitors about their work...