Visual artist Anna Ravliuc takes part in the collective exhibition "The Rythm of Color", opening at Agora Gallery in New York on March 5. Born in the Ukraine, Ravliuc now lives and works in Romania. She has exhibited regularly in Romania, Ukraine, Moldova, and across the United States.
"I was inspired by pagan traditions and prehistoric legends of our ancestors," explains Ravliuc. "The theme of good and evil, life and death is still forceful even nowadays." Her paintings display a thespian appreciation for allegory; each element works in harmony with the next. Ravliuc's fertile symbols include crowns, planets afire, barbed wire and theatrical costumes, every work imploring a personal interpretation from the audience.
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[Image: "Kidnapping the Moon", by Anna Ravliuc]