The Devine Feminine- Las Olas Gallery Exhibit Opening
Sienna Fine Art is pleased to present The Divine Feminine, an evening exhibit and event featuring museum-quality masterpieces by three internationally acclaimed artists: Irene Sheri, Angelika Privalikhina, and Estella Fransbergen.
By: Sienna Fine Art
820 E. Las Olas Blvd
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
Sienna Fine Art invites all powerful, intellectual, creative minds and leaders to connect with one's Divine Feminine – an energy that has permeated the earth for centuries, yet has notably arisen in our modern day. Gender notwithstanding, its concept represents a collective intuition toward caring, creativity, and community.
The three exhibited female artists invoke the essence of The Divine Feminine, beckoning their viewers to share in the seemingly divisive human qualities that make them unique, yet consequentially unite us toward a common good. They will provide a platform to dissect our desire for partnership and empowerment. All three artists' work is measured, delicate, and entirely captivating. Joined together by their undeniably exquisite art, we will find the strength in building relationships with colleagues, friends, significant others, and ourselves.
Irene Sheri portrays an elegant, contemplative vision through the eyes of pure female souls. Despite the intimate delicacy of her subjects, Irene embraces diverging perspectives in architecture, design, and fashion, promoting an independent tone to each composition. Renaissance-
Angelika Privalikhina finds beauty in the natural, romanticizing autobiographical sentiments with every brushstroke. Her childhood summer vacations to Moscow and recent trips to Italy have defined her as a master in observation. Quiet forms and soft lines gently blend light and shadow, transporting the viewer into a distant nostalgia. Her work elicits a need for nurture and presence. It carefully captures a rare depth of dream-like emotion with stunning intensity. She embraces the magnificence of the divine aura with a powerful touch.
Estella Fransbergen's multimedia torsos personify The Divine Feminine as universal expressions of beauty, literally forged from the fire. Garments made of crystals, rubies, and emeralds shape empowered forms that cleanse, shield, strengthen the soul. Nature's unpredictability is imbued in Estella's ritualistic process. Beginning with observation of elemental details, inspiration is wrought into sculptural clothing that adorns a creative spirit. Each piece is a muse for its spectator.
Irene, Angelika, and Estella are multi-award-