Public activities

Public activities

Exhibition of paintings of Alla Folka in the office of “Ieva Broka & partners”

31/07/2009

Gallery

It is possible also to purchase the paintings of Alla Folka.

Alla Folka, born on November 2, 1952

Education

1970 J.Rozentāls Riga Secondary School of Arts
1976 Latvian Academy of Arts
2003 Latvian Academy of Arts, MA

Art Exhibitions

1988 One-person exhibition at the Museum of A.Upītis – Drawings
1991 Competitive Exhibition Autumn 91
1993 Participation in the Pedvāle Plein Air of Painters
1994 One-person exhibition at the Museum of A.Upītis – Paintings
1995 Competitive Exhibition “Days of Art”
1996 Art Days Exhibition “Latvia”
1997 Competitive Exhibition “Still Life”
1998 Jūrmala Group Art Exhibition
1999 One-person exhibition in the Asūna Gallery – Paintings
2001 One-person exhibition at the Museum of A.Upītis
2002 One-person exhibition in the State Puppet Theatre Gallery – Paintings
One-person exhibition at Pedvāle
Art Exhibition in the House of Blackheads
One-person exhibition at the Museum of A.Upītis “Light and Shadow”- Drawings
2003 Participation in the Pedvāle Plein Air of Painters
Participation in the exhibition „Music” in the Asūna Gallery, “Painting of the Year”
Participation in the Portrait Exhibition in the House of Blackheads
Participation in the Painting Exhibition at the Museum of A.Upītis
Group Exhibition “Latvians in Sicily” in the Gallery “Zemrīga”
2004 Competitive Exhibition “Autumn 2004”
2005 Group Exhibition in the Gallery “Māksla”
2006 One-person exhibition in the Gallery “Carousel”
2008 Exhibition in the atrium of the “Hotel de Rome”
Participation in the Exhibition “European Cities” in the Asūna Gallery
2009 Exhibition in the Law Office “Ieva Broka & partners”

Alla’s thoughts

What is a painting – it can not be told in words, this is what you can not tell.
Emotion, sensation – it is energy – where the colour is transformed into value.
Ideally would already be – will always be new, all-day war as seen from the beginning. I get inspiration from the nature and everything surrounding me.
Good literature – it imparts something deeply real to the life; the mystery hidden in the art, imparts charm to it.