Luba Sterlikova

“Luba Sterlikova”

“Evocative, enchanting, enticing…
A sensual energy pervades all her compositions, demanding attention and holding the viewer in thrall. “

Peter London,
Editor, Art in London magazine

Luba Sterlikova - Almost Flemish Tulip I - 26x30 oil pastel.jpg Luba Sterlikova - Aloha 1 - 24x24 oil.jpg Luba Sterlikova - Corn Flower - 30x30 oil on canvas.jpg Luba Sterlikova - Four Seasons - 36x36 oil on canvas.jpg Luba Sterlikova - Kissa\'s poppy - 18x24 oil on canvas.jpg Luba Sterlikova - Seasons - Spring - 36x36 oil on canvas.jpg Luba Sterlikova - Three Gracies - 24x48 oil on canvas.jpg
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The Luxor Museum of Art is proud to include the works of Luba Sterlikova in our exclusive collection: “The Luxor Museum Collection”

LUBA STERLIKOVA

Russian born, Luba Sterlikova currently resides in the US and is known to the artistic community as LUBA.

Both Russian and American influences can be detected in her work, as the Eastern vivid colors blend symbiotically with more Western shapes and structure.

Her work is often compared to that of American icon Georgia O’Keefe, but Luba’s passionate approach is undeniably her own.

Keshav Malik, Indian art critic, called Luba’s work ’a juicy genre, as rich as Keats, the poet’s fruity poems.’

The artist’s interest goes beyond stylizing natural forms. Rather, Luba explores shape and color to evoke in each composition an expression that is both provocative and poignant. Characterized as

intense and exotic, Luba’s floral compositions strike a balance between the bold and the graceful; they are simultaneously intense and delicate.

Luba’s work has been referred to as provocative and sexually charged,

although she prefers to call it romantic.

Her now famous floral impressionism series, is complimented by still life images of fruit and vegetables such as plums, apricots, eggplant and squash, produced in the same stylized manner as the sybaritic botanical subjects. In a controversial incident, she was asked to remove some of her sensually-themed works from a major corporation for fear of sexual harassment lawsuits. The episode only served to render Luba’s work more collectible and much in demand.

She uses oil pastel, a medium not widely explored by the artists, charcoal and oil.

Luba is active on the Washington, DC art scene, and for many years has been involved with International Artist Support Group (IASG) and WPA/Corcoran, Washington,DC,USA.

She has been exhibited internationally, including USA, China, France, India, United Kingdom, Spain, Egypt and Russia.

Since 2004, Sterlikova is associate academician of Academia Internazionale “GRECI-MARINO”, Italy. The same year she became a member of International Federation of Artists & National Artist’s Union of Russia. Ms. Sterlikova is a member of L’Association Pour la Promotion des Artistes et des Createurs, Paris, France and Oil Pastel Society, USA, and Moscow Artist Union, Russia.

Sterlikova’s works are in private collections in UK, USA, France, Germany, China, Russia.

EXHIBITS
Participated in more than 70 solo and group shows.
Major exhibits include:

2008 – Las Vegas Art expo, USA

2008 – New York Art expo, USA

2008 – Moscow Artist Union Exhibition Hall, Moscow, Russia

2008 – Foundry gallery, Washington, DC, USA

2007 – Florence Art Biennale, Florence, Italy
2006,2004,2002 – Russian Cultural Center, Washington DC
2006- Nature’s Palette, Agora Gallery, New York

2005 – Edinburgh Art Fair, Edinburgh, UK

2005 – Manchester Art Fair, Manchester, UK

2005 – ‘Sensual Images’, Gallery West-Eleven, London, UK

2005 – l’Association A2PAC show, St Martin, Paris, France

2005 – ‘100 World Artists’, The Pyramid Gallery, Cairo, Egypt, catalogue.

2005 – ‘Form & Colour’, Gallery West-Eleven, London, UK

2004 – ‘100 oeuvres d’artistes expriment le Bonheur’, St Martin, Paris, France, catalogue

2004 – Women Artists Show: Art From the Other Side of the Pacific, Shanghai, China

2004 – Vision Gallery, Washington, DC

2004 – ‘Shape & Color’, APEX Gallery, Washington, DC

2004,2001 – Shanghai International Art Fair, Shanghai, China

2004 –‘International Women Artists’, The Grand Theater Gallery, Shanghai, China, catalogue

2004 – “Women in the Arts’, Latin American Art Museum, Miami, FL, catalogue

2004, 2003 – ‘ Unseen Eros on Potomac IV’, Washington, DC

2004,2003 – ‘MOCA Darlings’, Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Washington, DC

2003 – ‘IASG for the 300th Anniversary of St.Petersburg’, EGO Gallery, St.Petersburg, Russia, catalogue with essay by Ken Oda

2003 – ‘Shanghai Art Fair Gallery Invitational Exhibition’, Art Museum, Shanghai, China

2003 – 24 Salon International Artistique de Haute-Loire, Le Puy-en-Velay, France

2003 – ‘Sensual Images’, The Art and Antique Collectors Gallery, Brunswick, MD

2003 – ‘Love & Eroticism’, Khoja Gallery, Arlington, VA

2002 – ‘IASG in China’, Tsinghua University Art Center, Beijing, China, catalogue

2002 – ‘Luminous palette’, Russian Cultural Center, Washington, DC

2002 –‘Bella Femmina’, Sabine Rose Gallery, Doylstown PA

2002,2000,1999 – ‘IASG in India’, Lalit Kala Akademy of Arts, New Delhi, India, catalogue with essay by Keshav Malik

2001 – International Art Fair, Shanghai, China

1998 – Washington Design Center, DC

1998, 1999 – solo shows at, Yellow Barn Gallery, MD

BOOKS:

1. Contemporary Artists of the World, Biblioteca de Artistas de Las Comunidades Europeas’, Spain, 2008

2. Modern Art of Russia – 250 Yeas of the Russian Academy of Arts, Moscow,2007

2. Art of Russia, 2007, ScanRus, Moscow, 2007

3. The Artist Yearbook, 2006, Biblioteca de Artistas de Las Comunidades Europeas’, Spain, 2006

4. Dizionario Enciclopedico Internazionale d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, 2005-2006 (Encyclopedic Dictionary of Modern and Contemporary Art), Casa Editrice Alba, Italy, 2005

5. 2005-2006 WPA/Corcoran Artist Directory, 2005

6. Artistas por el Forum de las Culturas, Barcelona, Spain, 2004

7. 2004-2005 WPA/Corcoran Artist Directory, 2004.

8. The Artists Bluebook 2004, USA, 2004

9. Dizionario Enciclopedico Internazionale d’Arte Moderna e Contemporanea, 2003-2004 (Encyclopedic Dictionary of Modern and Contemporary Art), Casa Editrice Alba, Italy, 2003

10. ’21 Artistas Contemporaneos para el Silgo 21’ (’21 Contemporary Artists for the 21 Century’), Biblioteca de Artistas de Las Comunidades Europeas’, Spain, 2003

11. 2003 WPA/Corcoran Artist Directory, 2003

12. Living Artists, ArtNetwork, USA, 2003

13. New Art International, Book Art Press, USA 2001

PERIODICALS:

1. Art in London, Winter issue, 2008-2009

2. Art in London, Winter issue, 2007-2008

3. W11, London Art Magazine, 2006

4. Moving Pictures, January/February, 2005

5.. Art Calendar, magazine, July-August 2004 (cover)

6. ‘Shanghai Star’, weekly newspaper, China, March 4 -10, 2004

7. Capital Style, magazine, USA, May 1998

8. Greater Washington, magazine, USA , # 1, 1999

9. Greater Washington, magazine, USA , # 4, 1998

TV APPEARANCES:

1. Your Source, 2008

2. News Program, Voice of America, 2007

3. Window on the World, Voice of America, 2004

4. Russian Journal, Fairfax cable TV, 1999

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