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Korea

Korea

ludakorol 06/11/2015 1
6th November 2015.Looks like I will use this page to feature my latest work in its raw state in the Studio. Next stop is a Gallery and then a wall all to themselves at some point. Three of these paintings are going to Seoul Korea where they will be exhibited downtown as an introduction of Ludmila Korol Art to Korea. I am very excited by the prospect afforded me by the wonderful family of Dae Hyun Ann. I feel very privileged to be accepted into such a talented family of pianists, poets, industrialists and art collectors. Watch this space for more news.      (pictured left to right) Dong-Gyu Kim...
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On the Easel

On the Easel

ludakorol 06/07/2015 0
  31st July 2015.This is my studio today. I have been working on this painting now for more than a year. I was never completely happy with the result as it always looked unbalanced. I often do this, paint a picture and leave it for a while and then come back again with fresh eyes. I feel now its finished. Update 31st July.There has been some work on this but now it definitely finished."Ode to a Violin"                       This is how it looked before....  There have been some more changes but I am sure this is final. See how it looks now.  "Ode to a Violin"...
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Across Boundaries

Across Boundaries

06/07/2015 0
ACROSS BOUNDARIES An exhibition of contemporary art works This year's touring Art of the State exhibition is titled Across Boundaries. It is an exhibition of forty contemporary art works acquired by the Department of Finance and Personnel in Northern Ireland (DFP) and the OPW in recent years. OPW has been working in co-operation with DFP on our joint art exhibitions since 1997 and the art works included have been purchased by both Departments for public buildings located throughout the island. The title of this year's exhibition refers to the artistic boundaries that the included artists cross...
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Offspring of the Moon

Offspring of the Moon

15/06/2015 0
 Poetry: In the poems of ."The Offspring of the Moon", John W. Sexton speaks to a tradition deeply rooted in the Irish literary imagination: from the oral tales and myths of pre-Christian times, through the gothic horrors of Sheridan Le Fanu and Bram Stoker, to the early science-fictional romances of Fitz-James O'Brien and M. P. Shiel. These are poems of the altered mind, the cosmic journey, the daemons and totems of the spirit world, the subversion of logic and science. More excitingly than any other poet presently writing in Ireland, Sexton thinks the world anew. His poems offer a unique, pr...
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Art Review by Marie-Thérèse O'Loughlin

Art Review by Marie-Thérèse O'Loughlin

15/09/2014 0
 "The first time I set eyes on Ludmila K’s painting I was transported back to my lost childhood. A time when I never knew what it was like to have a teddy. The girl and the teddy reflected back to me intense sadness. I was able though to look at the sadness of that loss of childhood and see it in the here and now." H/t Ludmila Korol. This is a beautiful painting. I purchased it at George’s St. Arcade, Dublin, especially to place over my bedroom wall. It’s 15/150. Unfortunately it’s only a very modern canvas print. It has a slightly three-dimensional appearance. I believe that the quality – tec...
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Art Review no. 2 by Marie-Thérèse O'Loughlin

Art Review no. 2 by Marie-Thérèse O'Loughlin

15/09/2014 0
This is the next Ludmila Korol canvas print I shall purchase in the foreseeable future. I absolutely adore the work of this young Ukrainian Irish domiciled gifted artist. She appeals to my inner child, the child that was so bereft of music.I’ve always wanted to play the violin. I was deprived from learning it at Goldenbridge. A professional violinist/cellist came each Sunday at 11: 00am sharply to give lessons to children who were specially selected by the nuns. Same was applicable with Irish dancing. I was non-too-pleased to learn from some of them as adults that they never took up music seri...
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