About Alisa Mulina
Young contemporary painter from Rome, Italy. MA Fine Art Vilnus Academy of Art. Born in 1978, Perm, Russia. In my recent paintings I am focused on interpreting landscape shapes and states. I use nature’s elements, and technique of gestural calligraphic painting to communicate with and about my surroundings, constructing new worlds. I distort and extend formats, use symmetrical reflection stamping in order to create almost anthropomorphic images. Nature becomes an active power which transforms my human intervention. I explore the paradox of eternity and transience of landscape and atmospheric elements. My artistic research includes on-site phenomena of everyday culture, the nature and art history. I use charcoal, pencils, watercolor, markers, stamping, copying techniques to give form to the ideas, to practice the “martial art” of making a sign on a surface, of using a creative gesture, of drawing an idea. I try to develop spontaneous, free but disciplined brushwork. WINNER of Artslant 5th Showcase 2011. My paintings are in private collections in Italy, USA, Russia, Norway.
MA in Fine Art (Vilnius Academy of Arts, 2004).Recent shows: 2014 - Solo shows in Rome, Italy "Herbarium, Costruendo l'iimagine del Paesaggio", "Deja Vu"; "Premio art Abitart", 2013, Rome, Italy; "Eurostandartai", 2013, Lithuania, "Premio Arte Caffe' Letterario", Rome, 2012, "On the Grid", Camel Art Space, NYC, 2010, "Micro2", Milano, 2010-2011. "L'Arte di Diversita;", Rome, 2009; "Nel Tempio di Giano", Rome, 2009, "L'Arte al Femminile", Rome, 2009.
VERNISSAGE OF SOLO SHOW "HERBARIUM: CONSTURENDO L'IMMAGINE DEL PAESAGGIO" July 2 - 30, Via Dei Rutoli 4, Roma, HQs of 4Changing Spa. 19.00PM
2014 MARCH -- SOLO SHOW "DEJA VU", Readymade Rm, San Lorenzo, Roma
2014 JULY -- SOLO SHOW "Herbarium: Constructing the image of landscape", 4Changing Spa Hqs, San Lorenzo, Roma
2014 October '' SOLO SHOW "Herbarium: Constructing the image of landscape", Tiempo, Stavanger, Norway.
2014 November - International group show Quadriennale Vilnius 2014, Lithuania. Gallery ARKA, Vilniaus BASTEJA.