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  • Mākslinieki
    10 Domu kolekcionārs 11 Tukšuma savādnieks 12 Krītošais sadalījums 13 Jūtu piedziņa 14 Baltais duļķotājs 15 Dūmakas sprosts 16 Smalkais izrāviens 17 Laiskais vilinājums 18 Bezjūtīgā elpa 19 Aukstais pārvietojums 20 Virpulis 21 Domu pelēcība 22 Sakarību tranzīts 23 Bezjūtīgā rosība 24 Nopietnā satikšanās 25 Salauztā trauksme 26 Veiksmīgais atspēriens 27 Smaržu krātuve 28 Klajums I Klajums I fragments 29 Klajums II Klajums II fragments 30 Lokālais atvasinājums Fragments 31

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  • Mākslinieki
    Baklāne Kaimiņi 40x40 a e 2015 Pirmais stāvs I 2011 a a 90x120 Pirmais stāvs II 2011 a a 90x120 Pirmais stāvs I Fragments Pirmais stāvs II Fragments Pavasaris I

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  • Mākslinieki
    Paulis Postažs Ķirši 30x50 a e 2014 Pilsēta 2013 a e 40x60 Es un Liena 2005 a e 47x53 Fragmenti Ziņkārība 2011 Klusā daba 2011

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  • galerija MANS'S
    4 RasaSulca Paintings Latvian Contemporary Art in Rokiski museum More about other exhibitions read in section EXHIBITIONS Last updates 2014 08 07 The new paintings by Dz Skulme and S Caune are added 2014 06 26 The new painters Mara Ozola Gita Palma Signe Vanadzina Laima Puntule Māris Cacka Sanda Skujina are added 2014 03 25 The 3 new paintings by U Camans are added 2014 02 28 The new

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  • galerija MANS'S
    Kārlis Dobrājs 1 2 Daina Dubra Jānis Dukāts Žoela Dumona I nāra Dzelzs Ineta Dzirkale Juris Efneris Laima Eglīte Gustavs Filipsons Ivo FOLKMANIS Mairita Folkmane Ineta Freidenfelde Sanita Frīdenberga Veronika Frolova Dace Gaile Romualds Geikins Romualds Gibovskis M aija GraudiŅa Elga Grīnvalde Edvards Grūbe 1 2 Andrejs Ģērmanis Juris Ģērmanis Elīna Ģībiete Olita Gulbe M adara Gulbis Anna Heinrihsone Helēna Heinrihsone Ivars Heinrihsons Vilnis Heinrihsons Daila Iltnere Ieva Iltnere Zane Iltnere Sergejs Inkatovs Ritums Ivanovs Adams JABLONSKIS Igors Jakov ļ evs Kristīne jansone Rasa JANSONE Oskars Jansons Ralfs jansons Oļģerts Jaunarājs Haralds Jegodzienskis Aija Jurjāne Vita Jurjāne Juris Jurjāns Inga Jurova Osvalds Juška Laine Kainaize Jānis kalējs Ilva Kalnroze Vitālijs Kalvāns Taiga Kalvišķe I ngrīda kazinika Kristīne Keire Asta Keraitiene Frančeska Kirke Sigita Klemkaite V ika Kosenko Laura Kovaļevska Irina Kovnacka Linda Kozule Edīte Krastenberga Agnese Krastenberga Sigits Kreivaitis Rolands Krišjānis Tatjana KRIVENKOVA Nikolajs Krivošeins Gunārs Krollis I veta Kruglinska Daiga Krūz e R emigijs KRUKS M ārtiņš Kr ū mi ņš v alters Kupers Helēna Kuzmina Kristīne KVITKA L īga Ķempe Valdis Ķikuts E vija Ķirsone Dace Lapiņa Daiga Lapsa Anda LĀCE Una Lekuze Dace Lielā Ingūna LIEPA Reinis Liepa G unta Liepiņa Grīva Silva Linarte Dina Lukstiņa Vēsma Lukstiņa Justīne Lūce Edmunds Lūcis Dita Lūse Irēna Lūse Zane Lūse Sanda Mālniece Vita Mālniece Alise Mediņa Neonilla Medvedeva Elizabete Melbārzde Anita Meldere Inga Meldere Vita Merca Silvija Meškone I eva Mikanovska Jūrate Mitaliene Jānis Mitrēvics Sandra Muižniece Agate Muze Roberts Muzis G aitis Mūrnieks Ramin Nafikov Aleksejs Naumovs Ilze Neilande Jana Nesteroviča Jānis Osis Māra ozola Mirdza Ozoliņa Vilis Ozols Andra Otto Gita palma Elita Patmalniece Inese Pavlova Dieters Pentceks Kaspars Perskis Līga Pinne Jāzeps Pīgoznis Laura PĪGOZNE Gatis Pīpkalējs Kaspars Podnieks Juta Policja Mareks GURECKIS Miervaldis Polis Lilita Postaža Paulis Postažs Pēteris Postažs Ilze Preisa Laura Prikule Romualds

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  • galerija MANS'S
    ar daudzu autoru piedalīšanos Te regulāri tiek izstādīti ne tikai vietējo bet arī Latvijā plaši pazīstamu un ārzemju mākslinieku darbi Ilggadēja sadarbība galerijai MANS S ir ar Valsts mākslas muzeju Arsenāls Rokišķu Lietuva muzeju galerijām Laipa Valmiera galeriju Birkenfelds Rīga un Dusetu mākslas galeriju Lietuva Jēkabpils domi un Jēkabpils rajona padomi kā arī Jēkabpils Mākslas skolu Galerijā labprāt ciemojas gan ārzemju tūristi gan oficiālie pilsētas viesi 13 darbības gados tās darbinieki ir pierādījuši ka arī provinces pilsētā šāda galerija var sekmīgi darboties un attīstīties Galerijas vēsture fotogrāfijās Jāņa Anmaņa personālizstādes atklāšana Irinas Kovnackas personālizstādes atklāšanā Vācu mākslinieki Dīters un Rozvita Pentceki Džemma Skulme parakstās viesu grāmatā Gleznotāja Vija Maldupe ar meitām personālizstādes atklāšanā Mākslas zinātniece Sarmīte Sīle veidojot raidījumu Vernisāža G leznotāja Ilze Avotiņa ar meitām atklājot personālizstādi Maija Tabaka personālizstādes atklāšanā Noz īmīgākās izstādes Lielā vasaras izstāde 1992 2004 Pompejas suns II J Zvirbuļa personālizstāde 2004 Dimensiju pieklājība Jēkabpils mākslinieku grupas izstāde U Čamans Z Bārbals R Štelmahere S Mālniece D Lukstiņa u c 2004 Pedera Stougora Dānija personālizstāde 2003 Līga Silniece Zviedrija Gleznas 2003 Astas Keraitienes Lietuva personālizstāde 2003 Irina Kovnacka ASV Gleznas 2003 Inta Celmiņa un Eduards Grūbe Gleznas 2002 Helēna un Ivars Heinrihsoni Gleznas 2001 Iepazīšanās Dusetu Lietuva mākslinieku grupas izstāde E Raugs R Dainiene R Pupelis R Pučeks 2001 Jāņa Anmaņa personālizstāde 2001 Daigas Lapsas personālizstāde 2000 Bezgalīgā pasaule Hortenzijas Hoetsjanas Igaunija personālizstāde 1999 Aizkraukles mākslinieku grupas izstāde A Dobenbergs T Kalvišķe u c 1999 Piezīmes sajūtām U Čamans Gleznas 1999 Jēkabpils mākslinieku grupas izstāde R Štelmahere Z Bārbals U Čamans u c 1999 Ligitas Caunes personālizstāde 1998 Mirkļa piezemēšanās U Čamans Gleznas 1998 Latviešu tekstilmākslas izstāde 50 autori 1997 Juris Jurjāns Gleznas 1997 Vita Merca Gleznas 1996 Rigmora Gammelgarde Dānija Rokdarbi 1996 Daces Lapiņas personālizstāde 1996 Līga Purmale Gleznas 1995 Lilita Postaža Gleznas un

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  • galerija MANS'S
    lv LATNET mākslas galerija http www artgarden lv Latvijas mākslas portāls Mūsu draugi http www kuenstlerpaar roswitha dieter de Rozvitas un Dītera Pentceku Roswitha Dieter Pentzek mājas lapa www pudnikuskula viss lv LKF kopas Pūdnīku skūla mājas lapa http www filart ru Krievu mūsdienu mākslas galerija Filimonoff Galerijas mākslinieki Vuloks Ļubavina Čerkasova Mokšins Filatovs Fiļipova Gadajevs Galeriju ceļvedis www galleries lv Galerijas Galerija Birkenfelds Galerija LITA Klasisk ās mākslas galerija

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  • galerija MANS'S
    a stage but the director of this play sometimes turns into an actress and appears in its footlights Janis Borgs Who was afraid of maija Tabaka Maija Tabaka stepped into the 21st century with works that are more than ever endower with the unsettled disconnected and fragmentary world of today Everything at the same time and same place Egyptian pyramids exotic Izabella s Trips dancing in a mountain lake The Rundale Palace ghost images of ancient Latvians all resembles a kaleidoscopic reflection of the world brought before our eyes by television and mass media every day They still are elusive independent inner visions and never programmatic moralising messages Their tendency is created by an increasing wish to escape from the rigid confines of the banal contemporary life traveling to distant countries and periods Imants Lancmanis Maija Tabaka and her art Maija Tabaka vi s ited in gallery To see all pictures click here Connection if Balance Contemporary Latvian painting 2010 April Uldis Camans Window of water To see all pictures click here Perfume Contemporary Latvian painting 2010 Marth Uldis Camans Perfume To see all pictures click here A Walk Contemporary Latvian painting 2010 February Anna Baklane Anita To see all pictures click here Enjoyment Contemporary Latvian painting 2010 January Liena Baklane Flouvers To see all pictures click here White Sound Contemporary Latvian painting 2009 December Karlis Dobrajs White Woman To see all pictures click here Message Contemporary Latvian painting 2009 November Imants Vecozols Potatoes To see all pictures click here Path of Light Contemporary Latvian painting 2009 October Franceska Kirke Wateau s Shoe To see all pictures click here 200 9 July September The great summer exhibition 2009 Contemporary Latvian painting To see all pictures click here Capillary Smile White Black Red Uldis Camans Paintings 2009 May June To see all pictures click here Captivating Atmosphere Latvian contemporary art 2009 April To see all pictures click here Followers Contemporary Latvian painting 2009 March To see all pictures click here Abstract Vision Contemporary Latvian painting 2009 February To see all pictures click here Paintings Contemporary Latvian painting 2009 January To see all pictures click here Touchdown Contemporary Latvian painting 2008 December To see all pictures click here Creative communication 2008 October November To see all pictures click here Jekabpils Plain Air 2008 August the 25 th was the opening date of the exhibition Jekabpils Plain Air 2008 in the Art Gallery Mans s with the presence of a large number of visitors mass media representatives and guests Ten artists half of them representing the new generation created more than 50 works in seven days The organizer of the Plain Air town council of Jekabpils did not promote a strict demand for the painters to stick to one specific genre but allowed them their artistic freedom The river Daugava and old historical buildings were the main objects of inspiration for the landscapes of Roberts Muzis Jazeps Pigoznis Neonilla Medvedeva Zane Balode Karina Rungenfelde Tatjana Krivenkova got inspiration for her abstract paintings from Struve s park and its point of meridian Dace Lapina has stuck to her favourite genre of still lives and chosen the panorama of the town for the background Janis Purcens has tried to catch a glimpse of Jekabpils both from down to up as well as from the fly of a bird the result of which is a very expressive image of the town Not stepping back from her favourite monochromatic colour gamut Patricija Brekte has created very interesting paintings There is contrast between her paintings and those of Anita Meldere s expressive colour spots inspired by the mystery of the town Also the rector of the Academy of Art Aleksejs Naumovs found a possibility to visit Jekabpils for a day and paint a painting what you can also see in the exhibition To make the exhibition more colourful the artists had painted several paintings already before During the press conference the old master Jazeps Pigoznis complimented the format of the Plain Air where the old generation artists could work together with the young ones That makes the old guys to pull their socks up and gives a good chance to the youngsters to learn from the experienced During the opening of the exhibition the town mayor Leonids Salcevics expressed his appreciation for the many surprisingly interesting and professional pieces of art created during the Plain Air Many thanks were expressed to the town council the organizer of the Plain Air Valda Priekule public relation specialist Uldis Camanis director of the Art Gallery Mans s It was pointed out by the participants of the Plain Air that they had spent the time of the Plain Air under perfect conditions allowing them to work and relax Uldis Camanis mentioned that the ten participants of the Plain Air were not simply artists but real stars as painters as well as personalities V Priekule evaluated the Plain Air as successful The local government will own 10 paintings one from each painter it was mentioned in the mutual agreement signed before but possibly even more because some of the artists have expressed their wish to present to the local government all their works painted during the Jēkabpils Plain Air It is already known that some of the paintings will go to Jēkabpils Art School and Agro Business College for their help in organizing the Plain Air V Priekule emphasized that there is a plan to make Plain Airs annual events and give the possibility also to the local artists and art school students to be involved To see all pictures click here 007 July September The great summer exhibition 2008 Contemporary Latvian painting All summer the Gallery Mans s offers its visitors the annual Great Summer Exhibition which takes place the 17 th time this year It is already a tradition that many famous artists make paintings especially for this exhibition The news for this summer in Jekabpils are the new paintings of Maija Tabaka Jazeps Pigoznis Inta and Karlis Dobraji Ritums Ivanovs Franceska Kirke four paintings of Uldis Camanis and others In the exhibition you can see paintings of the senior generation though the majority of works are by the new painters many of whom are the students of the Academy of Art or the recent graduators of it such as Sanita Fridenberga Janis Dukats Neonilla Medvedeva just got the grant of SEB bank Laura Vecmane Zane Baloda Reiņis Liepa Beata Eva Vevere Kristine Urbanovica Zane Luse Kaspars Perskis Karlis Vitols and others Kristians Brekte is as always provocatively direct At this point Otto Zitmanis is very similar to him Recently he has become popular with his cover design of the last music album of the band Prata Vetra Brain Storm This exhibition like many previous ones exhibits still lives by Imants Vecozols flowers by Inta Celmina compositions in the style of cubism by Janis Zemitis abstract paintings by Tatjana Krivenkova the bright summer colours by Ilze Avotina and the philosophical mood by Laima Eglīte Genre of landscape is represented by Olita Gulbe Juris and Andrejs Germani Aleksejs Naumovs and Roberts Muzis Your eye will be definitely caught by the rich in characters and colourful paintings by Agija Audere Several artists Karina Rugenfelda Liena Baklane Franceska Kirke have chosen Eastern motives but Karlis Dobrajs exhibits several paintings devoted to Biblical topics It is worth mentioning again that the Art Gallery Mans s in Jekabpils is the only place in Latvia outside Riga where you can see such a large variety and number of paintings To see all pictures click here 2008 g April May Sunny station Marocco The Art Gallery Mans s offers a new exhibition called The Sunny Station Marocco where 7 artists Jazeps Pigoznis Edmunds Lucis Dace Saulite Aija Balina Karlis Silins Andris Vitols and Sarmite Caune in 150 paintings share their impressions about this exotic country The paintings were made in 2007 and the end of February and March of 2008 both in Plain Air as well as when coming back home Early spring was chosen because it is the time of Maroccan spring when orchards are in blossom and it is not too hot yet The painters were staying in the town Marakesh and the town its people market scenes beautiful nature and mountains are the main topics of the paintings Some of the paintings had been exhibited before but Jekabpils is the first place where so many of them can be seen together The painters visited the exhibition and kindly shared their experience and impressions about Marocco what for us is mainly the place where tangerines come from labeled with the black rhombic label Marocco Asked why there are no bright colours in the paintings J Pigoznis explained that Marocco is not a tropical country but one on the edge of Sahara desert For the painter E Lucis the fact that Marocco is the place where two cultures Arabic and Berberian co exists seemed the most fascinating He has noticed a lot of common in Berberian ornaments and the Latvian Lielvarde s belt Local people were kind and unobtrusive maybe because of the fact that the king of Marocco is a great art lover But the king s wife is a very good economist so there are satellite aerials computers and Internet access even in the most remote places of Marocco It is impossible to evaluate their living standard because their values and feeling of life is very different from ours For example if a man has become rich he she installs a free water tap for a poor The painters also tried to explain the local people that the large number of storks seen all around in Marocco actually is migratory birds who returns in their native land Latvia in spring They found it hard to believe All artists were unanimous that this summer definitely was not the last one when they visited Marocco To see all pictures click here 2008 g January March Inverted enjoyment The exhibition Overturned joy has already been exposed in the gallery Manss for some time Among well known and new artists the abstract geometric and coloured works of Tatjana Krivenkova are beeing dominated in this exhibition Her quotation Art who needs it It is like flowers they are neither edible nor useful for survival but everybody needs them could be a motto of this exhibition The viewers do not need to look for the conception of the collection but to enjoy the result of the creation There are paintings of famous painters like Aleksejs Naumovs Janis Osis Inta Dobraja Roberts Muzis Helena Heinriksone Janis Zemitis as well as paintings of new generation of artists such as Eva Vevere Inese Sudane Janis Dukats Diana Adamaite Laura Vecmane Inguna Liepa Neonilla Medvedeva Anda Lace The selection of the paintings of new artists was at the same time in two galleries in Arsenals in Riga for the exhibition Snacks Balls and in this gallery There are no dark paintings and common impression is sunny and optimistic possibly because of warm winter or expectation of the spring The exhibition lasts till the middle of April To see all pictures click here 2007 November 2008 January Mark Rothko 40 posters by Rotko are exhibited at the gallery Due to the permission of the artist s legatees these posters were brought to the gallery from the Museum of local history in Daugavpils The works were painted in different stages of artist s creation from 20ies and 30ies until his death There is a wide offer of the works landscapes portraits sketches of the frescos abstract paintings which are the most popular works in the world The exhibited works are not the original paintings but high quality posters on canvas and other materials However the posters do not have artist s strokes of the brush the viewers have an emotional experience One of the preeminent artists of his generation Mark Rothko is closely identified with the New York School a circle of painters that emerged during the 1940s as a new collective voice in American art During a career that spanned five decades he created a new and impassioned form of abstract painting Rothko s work is characterized by rigorous attention to formal elements such as color shape balance depth composition and scale yet he refused to consider his paintings solely in these terms He explained It is a widely accepted notion among painters that it does not matter what one paints as long as it is well painted This is the essence of academicism There is no such thing as good painting about nothing Mark Rothko was born Marcus Rothkowitz in Dvinsk Russia today Daugavpils Latvia on September 25 1903 the fourth child of Jacob Rothkowitz a pharmacist b 1859 and Anna Goldin Rothkowitz b 1870 who had married in 1886 Rothko and his family immigrated to the United States when he was ten years old and settled in Portland Oregon Rothko attended Yale University in 1921 where he studied English French European history elementary mathematics physics biology and economics the history of philosophy and general psychology His initial intention was to become an engineer or an attorney Rothko gave up his studies in the fall of 1923 and moved to New York City During the 1940s Rothko s imagery became increasingly symbolic In the social climate of anxiety that dominated the late 1930s and the years of World War II images from everyday life however unnaturalistic began to appear somewhat outmoded If art were to express the tragedy of the human condition Rothko felt new subjects and a new idiom had to be found He said It was with the utmost reluctance that I found the figure could not serve my purposes But a time came when none of us could use the figure without mutilating it In their manifesto in the New York Times Rothko and Gottlieb had written We favor the simple expression of the complex thought We are for the large shape because it has the impact of the unequivocal We wish to reassert the picture plane We are for flat forms because they destroy illusion and reveal truth By 1947 Rothko had virtually eliminated all elements of surrealism or mythic imagery from his works and nonobjective compositions of indeterminate shapes emerged Rothko largely abandoned conventional titles in 1947 sometimes resorting to numbers or colors in order to distinguish one work from another The artist also now resisted explaining the meaning of his work Silence is so accurate he said fearing that words would only paralyze the viewer s mind and imagination Rothko s work began to darken dramatically during the late 1950s This development is related to his work on a mural commission for the Four Seasons restaurant located in the Seagram Building in New York City Here Rothko turned to a palette of red maroon brown and black The artist eventually withdrew from this project due to misgivings about the restaurant as a proper setting for his work He had however already produced a number of studies and finished canvases two of which are included in the present installation In the Seagram panels Rothko changed his motif from a closed to an open form suggesting a threshold or portal This element may have been related to the architectural setting for which these works were intended www nga gov To see all pictures click here 2007 October November Gleina GLEINA The idea of the artists from Vitebsk and Daugavpils about organizing a joint exhibition was long expected The cities which had given to the world such great artists as Mark Chagall and Mark Rothko have rich cultural traditions However they are situated on different sides of the border now What unites them still in time and space is the river Though the river has different names on different sides of the border the Daugava and the Dvina in a certain sense Vitebsk and Daugavpils owe to it their existence Times changed human fates names of cities and countries changed too whole cultures andpeoples flourished and perished but the river is still flowing from its source to the sea Nowadays no rafts leave its banks The Daugava does not influence the economy and trade of the two countries as it did a hundred years ago Nevertheless its mysteriouswaters influence everybody who lives on these banks and the waters give answers tovital questions which we ask ourselves and each other every day The exhibition that not only united the representatives of the Daugavpils and Vitebsk art schools but also 54 artists of different age groups and various tendencies of modern art was like a symbol of a big raft whose 54 Gleinas having united went on a long journey from Vitebsk to Gomel Bobruisk Mogilev Minsk Daugavpils Jēkabpils Madona Rīga 54 artists with 54 different world outlooks were gathered together in one common international project We believe that the results will come soon and a new interesting artistic project will appear History proved that only art can win the time Gleina is the name use in the basin of Western Dvina the river Luchos Bobr etc to denote the link of the raft Several Gleinas were united in a raft Ineta Auzane Svetlana Baranovska Deniss Barkusovs Tatjana Beregeiko Zane Berzina Maija Berzina Viktorija Boikina Aleksandrs Voitehovskis Jelena Volkova Romualds Gibovskis Dina Danilovica Nataļja Demsova Olegs Jelizarovs Ilgvars Zalans Kalvis Zalitis Vasilijs Zenko Pjotrs Kirilns Ivans Krasovskis Viktorija Krupska Nina Leonidova Silva Linarte Natalja Marinoha Olegs Marinoha Leonids Medvedskis Valda Mezbarde Viktors Nikolajevs Andrejs Mihailovs Grigorijs Mihejevs Dmitrijs Msars Violeta Nekrasova Maksims Osipovs Glebs Otciks Inara Petrusevica Andrejs Piskuns Tatjana Piskuna Alina Pitk Olegs Prakorins Ludmila Procenko Olegs Skorovodko Jelena Tolobova Mairita Folkmane Ivo Folkmanis Olga Hohlova Uldis Camans Sergejs Certiļins Liga Cible Ilona Sausa Julija Saikova Viktors Silko Dmitrijs Jakimcuks Tatjana Jakovleva Aleksandrs Pavlovskis Oskars Jansons To see all pictures click here 2007 July September The great summer exhibition 2007 Contemporary Latvian painting The great summer exhibition has been organized the sixteenth time It includes 300 works of more than 100 authors The theme of the exhibition is to show paintings of different generations influence from one generation to another and how new artists are looking for their own way in the art Different styles and kinds of painting from realism to impressionism and post modernism from still life landscape and nude to abstract compositions have been displayed at the gallery Many paintings are painted special for this exhibition and have not been shown before There are works of famous and well known painters as well as paintings of new artists works of professors and students The exhibition shows Latvian contemporary painting in its variety its level and tendences of its development To see all pictures click here 2007 May June French spring in Jekabpils Joelle Dumont Danielle Burgar t France Due to the co operation between the gallery and Culture department in Daugavpils it was possible to show the works of the festival French Spring Joelle Dumont was graduated by the National Art School of Versailles She takes part in the international exhibitions and biennials of plastic arts for several years The art is the cognition of the sens of life and the method to use the time between the earth and sky to leave something behind us admits the artist Danielle Burgart is a painter and engraver She has finished the art school in Paris and worked in the workshops Ville de Paris Now she is organizing her personal exhibitions in France mostly in Paris The artist is being invited to show her works in art exhibitions bienale and international festivals in New York India China www danielle burgart com To see all pictures click here 2007 April May Result with four Edmunds Lucis Diana Vernera Gunta Smilgina Laine Kainaize To see all pictures click here March 2007 Asta Keraitiene Moments of my childhood A Keraitiene was born in 1971 in Lithuania in Roki s ki She has graduated Tel s i Applied art School in 1991 where she has studied fashion design Now she is an artist in design and commercial branches Since 1997 she has taken part in exhibitions together with RODA the union of artists in Roki s ki Using pencils pastels acrylics she creates colorful and decorative world A lot of works have been gone to private collections to Russia Germany Italy the USA Australia England and Latvia Although the artist is a cosmopolitan dominative shapes and colors are Lithuanian First time Asta demonstrates works in oil on canvas which reflect adventures and feelings in her childhood For gallery MANSS this is the tenth project together with artists from Lithuania The gallery has taken part in projects in Roki s ki Duseta Zarasai as well as has organized exhibitions of Lithuanian artists in J e kabpils and R i ga To see all pictures click here 2007 February Marth Maija Berzina Paintings I get inspiration from the nature I need the presence of the nature at least behind the window says Maija Berzina This is the reason why I take part in different plenaries in Latvia and Lithuania Earlier I drew and sketched in the open air I collected all my copies Then I have understood my interest in these motives has disappeared As I put all my strength in the sketch the real work was only a copy Therefore I work in alla prima now I start to paint and finish it in open air The atmosphere can be lost working in a workshop But it is the most important for me I can change some elements and drawing but the atmosphere remains it is a definite moment the sun heat I prefer cheery and light colours the sun and the summer I do not put my problems in the paintings When I paint lightly I try to forget my problems Late autumn and winter months are the most difficult for me The dark depresses me Then I spend my time indoors and sketches Maija Berzina was born in 1949 She studied at Janis Rozentals Art school and pedagogy at Art Academy The painter is a member of the Union of Latvian Artists as well as an association of regional artists in Daugavpils Personal exhibitions Daugavpils 2005 1999 1989 1988 1983 1982 Riga 1994 1900 1982 Salaspils 1999 1982 Sigulda 1982 Panevez ys Lithuania 1986 Group exhibitions Daugavpils 1999 1998 1997 1989 Riga 1999 1998 1987 1994 1989 1976 1973 Rezekne 1998 Salaspils 1996 Panevez ys Lithuania 1987 Ribnic Damgarten Germany 1999 Paris France 1991 1992 Toronto Canada 1991 1992 To see all pictures click here 2007 January February Meet Janis Pujats in 30 year time Ceramics Pudnieku skula Latgale the South East region of Latvia boosts its pottery which has been cultivated through time and still evolves keeping its authenticity and which is estimated for its uniqueness not only in Latvia but also in Europe Its origins can be found not only in very ancient ethnographical but also archeological strata Clay products in the region as well throughout the republic have been know since 5 thousand years BC the Lubana Plain settlements During the 2 nd thousand BC artifacts associated with the Baltic Culture emerge By the ornamenting the finish of the surface and other techniques we can find a great diversity of ceramic products comb hollow String textile patterns as well as scraped smooth plastered etc Vessels were shaped by the hands and mainly by women House ovens and heating stoves were used for baking Since 5 th century AD also the black sooted ceramics has been produced During 10 th century AD a fast rotating potter s wheel become popular as well as special kilns of high baking temperature Pottery grew a trade to which also men turned The technology the shapes and ornaments of vessels were perfected The patterns of straight or undulating lines drawn onto a vessel while rotating on the wheel became poplar Glaze appeared in 15 th century and later on engobe was also used The ratio of producing and using crockery decreased in the households of other regions along with the development of industry However owing to the peculiarity of the Latgale economical situation home trade kept an important role much longer The practical usage of crockery determined the high qualities refined by the generation of gifted potters of various types of vessels milk and honey pots oil jars bowls jugs etc Early in this century potters also started going in for decorative ceramics or as they themselves said making the ceramics From plain kitchen crockery there developed magnificent vases wall plates tea sets splendid candles holders and many others things meeting the aesthetical requirements of the time Attractive colourful jugs have already been known since 17 th century Those were masterpieces decorated with bearded faces in high relief with inscriptions and other plastic elements Figurines radiating fine lyric humor namely tiny horses dogs hunters hares devils fanciful whistles and other characters fostered over centuries by folk fantasy they all acquired an expression of their own The plastic elements and decorative motives such as seams teeth stitched belts strings beads they all became integral part of vases candle holders and the like Various small shaping tools were used like seals to form little suns stars etc As the decorative ceramics refined the graphic scraped ornament was also perfected the undulations the herring bone pattern and most diverse variations of astronomical or biological nature Up the turn of centuries translucent glaze was commonly used Plain colour glazes green yellow or brown also found wide application and later in the 20 th century blue was added as well In the nineteen 20ies and 30ies several Silajani potters began to use two colour glaze in the decorative pottery and in the recent years also multicoloured glaze Thus unusual colouring was attained As the artisans of the region used dry glaze and the baking was done in open kilns fire smoke steam and just a sheer chance played not a little role in attaining those unique hues In the 30ies ceramists started taking part in exhibitions Specific personalities gained acknowledgement for their expertise it was those people who created and perfected style That was how the works by A Paulans set the fashion in the development of the ornamentation and form of vases and candle holders throughout the region A Paulans was an unimitable master of small size ceramics his talent turned that which had been basically a toy into a piece of art P Vilcans gave an impetus to the forming of very balanced shapes in meticulously fine scraped patterns In 1937 in paris World Fair both these masters of art were awarded gold medals the craftsmanship of A and P Ruics and S Kalve won silver During the 2 nd half of the century the regional pottery went through periods of flourishing and stunt the latter being a stranglehold of taxes on the free trade in the starting period of socialism after the WW II Un the 60ies potters lived and worked in the coutryside where the original style and traditions had historically formed Apart from the mentioned Silajani centre also in Pusa worked potters with their even more ancient techniques The craftsmen of Ludza Kraslava Baltinava Vilaka moulded in a peculiar rustical form In order to acknowledge the regional pottery and the great skulls of the craftsmen A Paulans and P Vilcans were admitted to the Artists Association of Latvia in 1957 At present 10 Latgale ceramists are members to the Association Early in 60ies many of the old masters had passed away the young had moved closer to cities Only the most devoted ones believed in the future of the trade Arts expert J Pujats cleverly using the then legislation did a great job to keep and promote the ancient craft A new generation introduced themselves to Latgale Pottery Not only inherited they the basic of the trade but they also mastered at Rezekne School of Applied Arts and got trained at the workshops of the old craftsmen The authenticity of Latgale pottery was noted and highly assessed by the international arts critics at the symposium in Moscow in 1982 when more than 2000 pieces of earthenware had been brought to the exhibition by 70 Latgale authors In 80ies the style of the region pottery enriched The craftsmen began studying and using more ancient technologies in particular the black sootening Also Neolithic shapes and ornaments were down out to daylight All this made the total view much brighter The artists have been taking active part in exhibitions the geography of which has enlarged The traditions fostered over centuries and creatively kept up now embodied in artistic handiworks are appreciated by many viewers in Poland Sweden Lithuania Germany France and other countries To see all items of pottery click here 2006 November 2007 g January Delimited transference Contemporary Latvian painting Part of the collection from annual art exhibition Autumn 2006 organized by Latvian Union of Artists in Riga has been exposed in the gallery Mans s in Jekabpils It is not a mechanic transference from the capital city to Jekabpils paintings had been evaluated and selected before according to the criteriors for the gallery The paintings of many popular artists have been added to the exhibition The annual art exhibition Autumn has caused a wide discussion among viewers and professionals It is worth mentioning that this exhibition is an exhibition with different traditions it reflects traditional art processes in Latvia therefore paintings graphics and sculpture dominate there The exhibition was tutored by young trustees Inguna Gegere Elina Hermansone Daina Auzina and Santa Mazika The exhibition took place in the Latvian Railway museum 72 paintings are being exposed in the exhibition Delimited transference in November and December in Jekabpils All painters and students of Art Academy could take part in this exhibition The paintings must have been created in last two years Artists of different generations and regions of Latvia have met at the exhibition Among participants are old masters such as Jazeps Pigoznis Biruta Baumane Biruta Delle middle aged artists as well as young generation Liva Rutmane Laura Kovalevska Jana Brike Gatis Pipkalejs Janis Purcens Patricija Brekte Karlis Vitols Liga Pinne Diana Adamaite Liga Kempe and others However the painting has a dominant position the art objects by Ivo and Mairita Folkmani Liga Cible give interesting accents Young painter Daiga Kruze with the painting Pressure has been nominated as the laureate of the exhibition The painter Maris Ruskulis with the work XXX has been prized by art magazine Studija The painter Kristiana Brekte has been also appreciated by the magazine Studija but the painter Maija Berzina with a work Ropazi has been awarded by the publishing house Neputns The aim of the exhibition was to show art situation in Latvia nowadays Annual exhibition Autumn allowes the viewers to get a total view of the art in Latvia To see all pictures click here 2006 October Women from the sky Dieter Pentzek Germany For many years rivers have been images of our planet In his narrative the way it is on earth below heaven Socrates talks about everything surrounding the Okeanos and the Acheron which are responsible for the cycle of life Such streams are often contra dictory like the one of the burning mud and ash river Pyriphlegethon which meets its dark blue counterpart Kokytos Platon Phaedo 108 ff Even today a real river can become an image and its contrasting image too One of such rivers is the Daugava that flows through Latvia On the one hand the river is an image of natural beauty and on the other hand its banks reveal to us an ugly stream of European war history The war memorials begin at Daugavpils with a fort from the time of Tsars The buildings of a barrack town are enclosed by barbettes whose occupants were constantly changing from the Soviet KGB to the German SS The river in its entirety is reminiscent of German Templar tracks that reveal the absurdity of conquest and subjugation in the name of Jesus Christ Shortly before Riga comes a visible symbol of our most horrific absurdity the concentration camp of Salaspils The river Daugava passes by without taking any notice It doesn t understand why we believe one is born of water and the spirit John 3 Water is the origin of all earthly life and has nothing to do with wars fought for fatherlands It mirrors no more than the yearning for a mother like the paintings of the Madonnas which the Renaissance painters once used to create a new artistic movement For many years I have been working on the Madonnas of Grünewald da Vinci Dürer and Potormo These paintings were shown in our regional artistic events until Roswitha suggested to let them go on their final journey further afield Hand them over to the Daugava she said this could be an image of humanity that the river might understand more Dieter Pentzek To see all pictures click here 2005 Jule September The Great Summer Exhibition 200 6 Artists Inta Celmiņa Edvards Grube Andrejs Ameļkovics Helena and Ivars Heinrihsons Ilze Avotina Kristine Luize and Katrina Avotinas Inta Dobraja Karlis Dobrajs Juta Policja and Mareks Gureckis Ritums Ivanovs Anita Meldere Janis Anmanis Auseklis Bauskenieks Dace Lielā and others take part in this exhibition Beside the regular authors the paintings by Linda Danilevska Agija Audere Evija Kirsone Liga Kempe Gunta Liepina Grivas have been exposed the first time To see all pictures click here 2006 From 20th Jule From the earth into the sky Peat is an important mineral in Latvia It is a peculiar organic formation Peat in its dry form contains more than 50 organic matter which is formed by incomplete decomposed march plants Peat as a material has unique poetical emotional mood The purpose of the artists to give way the charming revelation The sculptural objects have been created due to the plenary organized by the society Melna muša The works created in the plenary are the present for citizens of Jekabpils in city festival and gallery Mans s which celebrates its 15th anniversary Aim of the organization is to being arranging experimentaal exhibitions involving talented artists from Jekabpils and surroundings The works show emotions and vital thoughts about life of artists their world outlook their models of life This organizations team starts a new process to offer the society an open tolerant art events To see all works click here 2006 Ma y The intentional part Uldis Camans Paintings The project Formula way is being realized with this exhibition This project is supported by LKK fundation Its target is to remind visitors about more than 300 exhibitions held in 15 year time Development stages of the gallery have been shown in 5 rooms of the exhibition The first stage beginning vision allegory Blue and white colours are dominated blue for hope white for clarity The second stage dream secret proof Paintings in green and yellow symbolize self demonstration The third stage revision of thoughts walking of clouds and touch Presence of different colours and lines calls visitors to think about uncertainty of art and life The fourth stage time in nature sunny reform bright outlook Golden and silver plates have been used in paintings so that the level of the gallery is seen and identified in Latvia and abroad The fifth stage the colourful world proof happiness and illusion Red colour shows the maturity of the gallery actions in new quality flow of new energy New stroke of the brush diversity of texture merger of concrete subjects into abstract subjects characterize new paintings by Uldis Camans The painter proofs that it is possible to find interesting expressions in the branche of abstract painting It keeps visitors in constant intellectual strain The painter hopes to start a new point in his creativity the first stage of new development The exhibition Intentional part summarizes artistic growth

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