Two exhibitions this month will see artists showcase their work. In Limassol, Morfi Gallery welcomes Ludmila Budanov’s artworks as she presents an ongoing exhibition that will run until December 12. The artist’s paintings depict the beauty of nature and act as a reminder to take care of the planet relating back to the exhibition’s titled Save It.
“Ludmila’s works cannot be confused with others,” say organisers, “she manages to create her own, unique style and her own technique, the distinctive feature of which are dynamism and vibrations.” Her bright colour palette is another distinctive feature of her work as well as the positive messages it offers.
In Larnaca, another exhibition will open in mid-December. The social project Aphrodite by Polish artist Katarzyna Łyszkowska, lecturer at the Faculty of Fine Arts, Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, will be presented at an individual exhibition at the American University of Cyprus, Larnaca Campus from December 15 to January 15.
The project has been continuously implemented in Poland since 2022. It refers to the Greek myth of the creation of Aphrodite touching on Cyprus’ significance in the history of the goddess. Through her photographs, the artist aims to show and manifest the potential that each woman has. Women of various ages were invited to participate in the project and the artist created modules of portraits emerging from the foam, which come together to form a collective mosaic.
Exhibition by Ludmila Budanov. December 5-12. Morfi Gallery, Limassol. Monday – Friday: 10am – 1pm and 4pm – 7pm or by appointment. Tel: 95-616688
Art project and exhibition by Dr. Katarzyna Łyszkowska. December 15-January 15. Foyer Gallery of the American University of Cyprus, Larnaca. [email protected]