Amalia Măciucă studied the Visual Arts and Design at the University of Arts “George Enescu” in Iaşi, Romania. She has exhibited at the Great Hall of the City Council in Bacău, Romania within the personal art exposition named “Faces of Time” in 2014. She currently lives in Lucerne, Switzerland as a full-time artist.
The artworks I create are special to me because it is whilst painting that I understand my reasons to be here. The realisation comes that I’m here to give colour to the world.
I love creating a variety of original artworks, from graphite drawings to paintings or mixed media artworks. I use different techniques such as oil painting, watercolours and acrylics.
From an early age I’ve always enjoyed painting or drawing imaginary faces. It is really pleasant as an artist to have the power to change the expression of a human face with just only some traces of light.
I wish to encourage people to do what they enjoy most without feeling embarrased or limited and I am giving myself and others the opportunity to learn lots of new things.
This is how I decided to get involved in organizing art classes and leisure workshops in public group sessions or individual/small groups for a more intimate experience in my home workshop.
Sharing my creative approach and different techniques for guiding people to find the way to express themselves through creativity.
You are invited!
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