My name is Otilia Gruneantu Scriuba and I am an Romanian (European) born artist.
My artistic activity and my profound art studies began in 1995. I took my Bachelor of Arts, in 2004, after I studied fines arts, for 4 years, at the Visual Arts Faculty, West University, Timisoara, Romania and in 2006 I obtined a Master Degree Diploma in Cultural Policys, at the same university. I displayed my paintings, drawings, etchings, mixed medias and art-books an the International Exhibition in Romania, France, Germany, Italy, Hungary, Mexico, Canada and United States.
I have a strong interest for: acrylic painting, pencil and pen drawing, charcoal, pastel, ink, imprinting (aquatint, aqua forte), dry point, print making (monotype, collagraph), lino cut, collage, mixed media, art books and art objects.
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otilia gruneantu scriuba
"Otilia Gruneantu Scriuba is a Romanian (European) born artist whose painting orients image within collage.
Parts of her painting juxtapose different disparate fragments with origins drawn from different historic epochs and through different geographical spaces.
Throughout her work she employs important cultural symbols such as, the fairy, the water, the wave, the horizontal line, the square, the horse, the butterfly, the fish, the egg, the shell and the feather.
In addition, she uses other symbols from some of the most important artistic periods like: Victoria by Samotrace, human figures by Fidias Metopes, and Venus by Botticelli.
Otilia Gruneantu Scriuba creates complex compositions while managing to harmonize her found elements in a unitary image.”
Her artistic work, the art exhibitions where she was and she is involved (in Canada, Italy, France, Spain, USA- Philadelphia, England, Hungary, Germany, Romania, and Mexico), her talent that we can notice without any doubt, are enaugh arguments for look with confidence to her artistic future. ”
( Prof. Dr. Ioan Iovan, art critic – „Concords with artists and exhibitions”, Brumar Publishing House, 2006, Romania, Europe).