Latest exhibition – Aleksandra Kucanski-Durmanovic
Our third exhibition for the year at Foodland Pasadena went up on Monday, and our latest artist in question is Aleksandra Kucanski-Durmanovic.
Aleksandra was born in 1961 in ex-Yugoslavia. She attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Sarajevo and worked as a teacher of Visual Art and Art History since completing her studies until emigrating to Australia. During the Bosnian war she organized and conducted art groups for young people for a number of years, and, as part of the German humanitarian organisation, Vive Zene, worked as an Art Therapist with victims of the war.
Aleksandra is an accomplished fine artist and currently produces works mostly in the mediums of oil and watercolour, based on portraits and genre scenes where the human figure dominates. She is particularly inspired by Paris, its people, and its streetscapes. Aleksandra’s works are held in various private collections, and she welcomes commissions.
Aleksandra’s works will be on display at Foodland, Pasadena, until the 6th of June 2016.