Britain/ Two first prizes for the Albanian painter Suela Pulaha Brown

E shtunë, 13 Prill, 2024
E shtunë, 13 Prill, 2024

Britain/ Two first prizes for the Albanian painter Suela Pulaha Brown

Albanian painter Suela Pulaha Brown, comes again with two first prizes near the art-loving public. After the solo exhibition of July 2021 in England, the Albanian painter has returned with her art to a new participation in one of the most important artistic events of the life of the city where she lives in England during the month of March.

The Museum and Art Gallery of the city in cooperation with the municipality, organizes one of the most vibrant art exhibitions of the year. In this exhibition the painter was presented with four works, among others the oil portrait of Queen Geraldine (which was awarded first prize in the respective category), as well as miniature works which were not only awarded first prize in the respective category but were selected as the best work of the whole exhibition and were praised with the festival cup (The Diamond Anniversary Cup) presented by the mayor.

Miniature painting on stone was a passion that the painter gave birth to during quarantine. The collection of miniatures with which the painter was represented in the exhibition also includes the portrait of Mother Teresa, as well as the smallest miniature of Monaliza with dimensions of 1.5 cm.

Albanian painter Suela Pulaha Brown, comes again with two first prizes near the art-loving public. After the solo exhibition of July 2021 in England, the Albanian painter has returned with her art to a new participation in one of the most important artistic events of the life of the city where she lives in England during the month of March.

The Museum and Art Gallery of the city in cooperation with the municipality, organizes one of the most vibrant art exhibitions of the year. In this exhibition the painter was presented with four works, among others the oil portrait of Queen Geraldine (which was awarded first prize in the respective category), as well as miniature works which were not only awarded first prize in the respective category but were selected as the best work of the whole exhibition and were praised with the festival cup (The Diamond Anniversary Cup) presented by the mayor.

Although this two-year period has not been easy, where the July 2021 exhibition was opened by the painter in a period when the rules of social distancing were still strict, she says that “it was an internal call to use her art to offered the art-loving public a few moments away from the stress and negativity of the situation that has greatly burdened people. While participating in this year, the painting of Queen Geraldine attracted a special attention and an extraordinary curiosity both from the jury and from numerous visitors. Also, on the day of the awards ceremony, there was great curiosity among many artists to know who the author of this painting was.

The organizers of the Exhibition, the jury, the mayor were among those who expressed their appreciation for her paintings.

“We artists carry a light that gives hope”, says the painter from Korça. Although our art can not change the reality, according to her art gives hope in the darkest times, so it encourages all artists to continue to create, exhibit their art and give hope and inspiration, “said the author. In particular, the painter wants to thank the Albanian art-loving public for supporting and encouraging her throughout her artistic journey.

Albanian painter Suela Pulaha Brown, comes again with two first prizes near the art-loving public. After the solo exhibition of July 2021 in England, the Albanian painter has returned with her art to a new participation in one of the most important artistic events of the life of the city where she lives in England during the month of March.

The Museum and Art Gallery of the city in cooperation with the municipality, organizes one of the most vibrant art exhibitions of the year. In this exhibition the painter was presented with four works, among others the oil portrait of Queen Geraldine (which was awarded first prize in the respective category), as well as miniature works which were not only awarded first prize in the respective category but were selected as the best work of the whole exhibition and were praised with the festival cup (The Diamond Anniversary Cup) presented by the mayor.

Miniature painting on stone was a passion that the painter gave birth to during quarantine. The collection of miniatures with which the painter was represented in the exhibition also includes the portrait of Mother Teresa, as well as the smallest miniature of Monaliza with dimensions of 1.5 cm.

Albanian painter Suela Pulaha Brown, comes again with two first prizes near the art-loving public. After the solo exhibition of July 2021 in England, the Albanian painter has returned with her art to a new participation in one of the most important artistic events of the life of the city where she lives in England during the month of March.

The Museum and Art Gallery of the city in cooperation with the municipality, organizes one of the most vibrant art exhibitions of the year. In this exhibition the painter was presented with four works, among others the oil portrait of Queen Geraldine (which was awarded first prize in the respective category), as well as miniature works which were not only awarded first prize in the respective category but were selected as the best work of the whole exhibition and were praised with the festival cup (The Diamond Anniversary Cup) presented by the mayor.

Although this two-year period has not been easy, where the July 2021 exhibition was opened by the painter in a period when the rules of social distancing were still strict, she says that “it was an internal call to use her art to offered the art-loving public a few moments away from the stress and negativity of the situation that has greatly burdened people. While participating in this year, the painting of Queen Geraldine attracted a special attention and an extraordinary curiosity both from the jury and from numerous visitors. Also, on the day of the awards ceremony, there was great curiosity among many artists to know who the author of this painting was.

The organizers of the Exhibition, the jury, the mayor were among those who expressed their appreciation for her paintings.

“We artists carry a light that gives hope”, says the painter from Korça. Although our art can not change the reality, according to her art gives hope in the darkest times, so it encourages all artists to continue to create, exhibit their art and give hope and inspiration, “said the author. In particular, the painter wants to thank the Albanian art-loving public for supporting and encouraging her throughout her artistic journey.

Albanian painter Suela Pulaha Brown, comes again with two first prizes near the art-loving public. After the solo exhibition of July 2021 in England, the Albanian painter has returned with her art to a new participation in one of the most important artistic events of the life of the city where she lives in England during the month of March.

The Museum and Art Gallery of the city in cooperation with the municipality, organizes one of the most vibrant art exhibitions of the year. In this exhibition the painter was presented with four works, among others the oil portrait of Queen Geraldine (which was awarded first prize in the respective category), as well as miniature works which were not only awarded first prize in the respective category but were selected as the best work of the whole exhibition and were praised with the festival cup (The Diamond Anniversary Cup) presented by the mayor.

Miniature painting on stone was a passion that the painter gave birth to during quarantine. The collection of miniatures with which the painter was represented in the exhibition also includes the portrait of Mother Teresa, as well as the smallest miniature of Monaliza with dimensions of 1.5 cm.

Albanian painter Suela Pulaha Brown, comes again with two first prizes near the art-loving public. After the solo exhibition of July 2021 in England, the Albanian painter has returned with her art to a new participation in one of the most important artistic events of the life of the city where she lives in England during the month of March.

The Museum and Art Gallery of the city in cooperation with the municipality, organizes one of the most vibrant art exhibitions of the year. In this exhibition the painter was presented with four works, among others the oil portrait of Queen Geraldine (which was awarded first prize in the respective category), as well as miniature works which were not only awarded first prize in the respective category but were selected as the best work of the whole exhibition and were praised with the festival cup (The Diamond Anniversary Cup) presented by the mayor.

Although this two-year period has not been easy, where the July 2021 exhibition was opened by the painter in a period when the rules of social distancing were still strict, she says that “it was an internal call to use her art to offered the art-loving public a few moments away from the stress and negativity of the situation that has greatly burdened people. While participating in this year, the painting of Queen Geraldine attracted a special attention and an extraordinary curiosity both from the jury and from numerous visitors. Also, on the day of the awards ceremony, there was great curiosity among many artists to know who the author of this painting was.

The organizers of the Exhibition, the jury, the mayor were among those who expressed their appreciation for her paintings.

“We artists carry a light that gives hope”, says the painter from Korça. Although our art can not change the reality, according to her art gives hope in the darkest times, so it encourages all artists to continue to create, exhibit their art and give hope and inspiration, “said the author. In particular, the painter wants to thank the Albanian art-loving public for supporting and encouraging her throughout her artistic journey.