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Artist Showcase – Basha Maryanska

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Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery is extremely pleased to announce that professional artist Basha Maryanska is the gallery’s new featured artist. Art has always been a part of Basha’s life as long as she can remember. She received a classical art education in Europe where after completing her master level of art study in Poland, she went to France to hone her skills at the École de Louvre in Paris where she learned a lot from the old European masters.

Basha eventually came to America, as she was drawn to the country by it’s majestic Nature and that has been her main source of inspiration ever since. She studied American Hudson River School paintings and this evident in her works which are strongly intertwined with her own artistic vision of the Hudson Valley landscapes.

Basha has travelled extensively around the United States and other countries of the world in pursuit of her motifs. She states this about here art, “As an abstract landscape painter I want my paintings to show the beauty of the Hudson Valley, Arizona, Caribbean Islands, Bali, Jai Pour, the Alps, Mediterranean coast and other places that I visited on my artistic journeys. I also love the energy of great cities. I recently created the series of paintings depicting complex and electrifying energy of Manhattan.”

Basha makes use of layers of paint (acrylic and oil) to obtain effects of depth. Color and texture are very important elements of all of here compositions. Each of her paintings she hopes to convey the uniqueness of the captured moment.

Basha loves bringing together artists of different backgrounds, cultures, and nationalities. As the curator of an art gallery in New York City she passionately promotes artists who have a strong professional desire to leave their own mark on this world. She organizes Artists Residencies in Arizona where professional artists of different nationalities and styles exchange their experiences and experiment with new creating techniques and philosophies.

Basha says this about art and technology, “I am delighted to show my paintings in internet galleries since I strongly believe that artists should keep up with new technologies and should search for new venues to promote their work and educate public about importance of art in daily life. I am convinced that art can bring both pleasure and material value to individual’s life.” Basha’s website can be seen here www.bashamaryanska.com

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