My mother is in a special care home in the Czech Republic, suffering from dementia and Alzheimer disease. Thus, I know very well how painful it is to watch your loved one disappearing in front of your eyes. I decided to choose the Alzheimer Society in Calgary to be my charity of choice.I will donate a portion of potential sales made in January 2023 (artworks under $ 300, - 10% donation, artworks between $ 300 - $ 2000, - 20% donation, artworks over $ 2000, - 30 % donation) You can find more information about my work including prices on my website www.libaartstudio.com . Thank you in advance for thinking of people and their families impacted by dementia and for helping me to support them.
I am excited and honored that one of my artworks has been selected and promoted by ArtoGalleria,
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Thank you Arto Galleria!
I was flattered and excited when I recived the following email. Thank you Agora Gallery!
Unfortunately, I had to turn this offer down. I would not be able financially to cover shipping & handling and custom fees.
These two paintings were juried in to the group exhibition "Connection" at the Ruberto Ostberg Gallery. You are more than welcome to attend opening receptions June 17th & 18th, 2022 and Pancake Breakfast July 9th, 2022 - 9:30 am - 11:30 am.
"Queen of Time I" artwork was accepted for the "Faded but Beautiful" exhibition in Toronto.
Art of Emotions Fine Art Gallery
318 Oakwood Ave., Toronto, ON M6E 2V7
October 16th - October 30th, 2021
I am very excited to announce that I have received merit award for my painting "Fragrance of Time I " from the CamelbackGallery in the open theme 2020 exhibition .
Liba Labik is a Czech-born artist who currently works between the Czech Republic, Alberta, and British Columbia. The artist’s current portfolio is packed with deeply saturated, partially abstracted paintings that use nature, flowers, and portraiture as motifs.
I really enjoy the overall atmosphere that’s created by Liba’s artworks. There’s almost a sense of decay, looking at these pieces, reminiscent in some ways of the work of Nicola Samori. Liba’s heavy texturing and allowance for bleeding of pigment on the canvas, combined with the bluish, subdued tones of the artist’s colour palette lends to an almost ominous sense in some of these works, as if one is looking at a beautiful flower that they know to be deadly poisonous.
It’s interesting to see how the artist is able to combine these more abstracted aesthetics with detailed, realistic portraiture. In Liba’s Metanoia gallery, beautiful feminine faces, sketched in black and white, are framed with cool-coloured floral elements and abstract brush marks, lending to a dreamlike, fantasy atmosphere.
~ By Dallas Jeffs
LIBA Art Studio is closed for art lessons and workshops permanently due to the covid19 pandemic and other changes in the studio's set up. I am offering classes and consultations online only. I will teach few workshops in person at the Kensington Art Supply & Instruction and/or Inglewood Art Supplies. Please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Please visit my website time to time for updates. Thank you!