Ludimila Pawlowska exhibited at Galleria Gagliardi in 2006.
Ludmila's works are a three-dimensional combination of painting and sculpture where the artist does not paint human figures, but represents their emotions and feelings; the titles of the works are a guide for the viewer, but are also an offer for free interpretation according to one's own point of view. In her works, Ludmila uses different techniques on a wood base, such as acrylic, watercolour, oil, Indian ink, pastel, with gold and silver traces. In many of her works we find reliefs made of various materials, including: paper, wood, metal and even fossils.
art center, temple
waxholm fortress museum
st. mark´s cathedral, little rock
st. mark´s cathedral, seattle
christ church cathedral, cincinnati
eusebius kerk, arnhem, nl
gloucester cathedral, gb
lincoln cathedral, gb
hereford cathedral, gb
christ church cathedral, dublin, irl
sct. mortens church, randers, dk
st. helena church, skövde, se