Our Galleria recently received a facelift with a loan of artworks from La Musa Art and Design Studio.
The gorgeous watercolors from Geraldine Antoniotti add a soft touch to our modern space. Though she has an Italian name, don’t be deceived: Antoniotti is actually from Corsica, the island which has been possessed by both Italy and France at different points in history. Though she has spent much time in Washington, DC, she currently lives in Paris. Her works have an illusory tone, and they are spontaneous, with complicated brush strokes. Somewhat abstract, but harboring figural undertones, you should allow your mind to see whatever it wishes to see when admiring her work.
We also are lucky enough to have a small collection of oil pastels from Sergui Gavrilita, an artist from Chișinău, Moldova, who was disovered by the curator at La Musa when she was a consultant with an international development project. His images of the streets are playful, colorful, and delightful, while his scene of poppies is active and enjoyable.
All of these pieces are for sale with a price point ranging from $500 – $1,000, simply talk to AnnMaria at La Musa. We hope you will stop by tomorrow during the Georgetown Spring Gallery Walk to take a look at these stimulating works, and to check out our Galleria space above the store!
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