An art exhibition dedicated to the 101st anniversary of the world-famous Staatliches Bauhaus – a German Art and Design School founded in 1919 in Weimar by architect Walter Gropius (the creator of Impington Village College buildings).
The exhibition features works of art and design inspired by the achievements of some distinguished artists who influenced Bauhaus style, such as Wassily Kandinsky and Piet Mondrian. The exhibits illustrate the continuing influence of Bauhaus ideas on modern art and design.
WHEN: Monday-Tuesday, 28-29 December, 14:00-19:00
WHERE: St Augustine’s Church, 101 Richmond Rd, Cambridge, CB4 3PS
BOOKING: Book your visit in advance at www.tinyurl.com/l-perlova-bauhaus101
For any questions, please email Ludmila Perlova to firstname.lastname@example.org
About Ludmila Perlova
Ludmila Perlova is a professional interior and furniture designer. She received a thorough art education including at a children’s art school, followed by a secondary art school affiliated with the Leningrad Academy of Arts and, finally, the Estonian Academy of Arts. She has been teaching art to children and adults for the last 13 years. Although her personal interests lie in portraiture and figurative art, Lyudmila teaches various techniques, including painting with oil, acrylics, watercolours and pastels, drawing, graphics and sculpture as well as collage, wool and mixed media.