Interview: Julia Viviani | ITSLIQUID

Interview: Julia Viviani

Interviews | December 15, 2021 |

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Interview: Julia Viviani
Luca Curci talks with Julia Viviani during ROME INTERNATIONAL ART FAIR 2021, at Medina Art Gallery.

Julia Viviani was born in Latvia, and after visiting, becomes in love with Italy and transfers to Milan. She has had a passion for art and painting since she was a child. Her first paintings were done when she was 5. She has a degree in economics and works with luxury real estate. But Brera of Milano awakes her and here she begins to create in contemporary style.

Luca Curci – What’s your background? What is the experience that has influenced your work the most?
Julia Viviani – I’m from Riga, Latvia, have a diploma in economical degree, was working as a metal trader, investing in real estate and constructing private villas. When I came to Italy I was absolutely in love with its architecture and nature. I studied Italian language, fashion design and later I’ve got a degree In real estate brokerage. And all my life, from childhood, I was creating something, like art compositions with dry flowers or paintings, designed and realized my long silk dresses or entire fashion collection.

LCWhat are your thoughts while you paint? Do you have any habits or rituals while you work?
JV – I create my art to help kids in difficulty, most of the part of the money from the selling goes to charity, to organizations, occupied with children in need. Those children haven’t their own families or have different fiscal diseases. So, creating and selling my art I’m helping and supporting them, donating the money. And in this way my clients, buying my art, making great thing, participating in the very important and good mission, helping small persons. So, both parts donate to charity, with is my goal! So, while I’m creating, I’m dreaming that all kids in all the world are healthy and happy it gives me a lot of positive energy and love. I feel united with the universe and when I begin, I never know what kind of art will come at the end. I love to experiment and try new techniques, mix colours, textures and shapes. Some of my art pieces needed 5-7 hours, others-few days or even weeks to be realized. It’s a kind of spiritual work.

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LCWhat is the most challenging part about creating your artworks?
JV – It’s all about the pleasure of expressing myself, charging my art with good spiritual energy, I feel like there is a channel that comes from the universe, giving me this power to create. I’m sure every one of us is able to create, we just need to open our hearts and become in a meditative mood.

LCAre your artworks focused on a specific theme?
JV – Well, mostly it’s about love, nature, forgiveness and happiness) very often it’s specifically about ocean or seaside, sunrise or sunset. I’m in love with them. My dream is to live near the sea or ocean, watching its waves come and go, I’m sure their waters are alive.

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LCDo visitors’ suggestions enrich yourself and your art?
JV – I’m very thankful to be exposed and receive comments from visitors, it’s such an honour for me, I’m very pleased about it. Art, beauty – will save the world.

LCWhat is the message linked to the artwork you have shown in this event? How is it connected to the theme of the entire exhibition?
JV – Art and beauty will save the world. You are not alone. Love is everywhere. Just live your life with love. Those are my ideas I’d like to declare to everyone, willing them happiness and love.

LC Can you explain something about the artworks you have in our exhibition?
JV – My artwork “Love in the city” is telling about it, about a big noisy busy grey city, and a love everywhere in between. No matter what, rainy or sunny day, summer or winter, if you are happy or sad, there is always love inside every building, every corner, every heart. Our hearts are beating because of love. And we are coming in this world for love, thanks love, and to love. So, it’s all about love, you just need to open your heart to feel it.

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LCDo you think ITSLIQUID GROUP can represent an opportunity for artists?
JV – Sure, it’s a great initiative from your side and an opportunity for all talented persons willing to be seen! It’s very important for an artist to be presented in a good way to a world, so his message will be finally delivered in mass, it’s amazing.

LCWould you suggest a collaboration with us? What do you think about our services?
JV – I’m happy to be invited and selected to this exhibition, it’s a huge honour for me. And it’s great you do it worldwide, it gives a big opportunity to be seen. I’m sure we will succeed.

LCWhat is your idea about ITSLIQUID GROUP?
JV – I think ITSLIQUID GROUP is on the right way, helping new talents to grow, this is very important nowadays, with its quick life rhythm just to be presented at this moment, to see all the nice things nature gives us, to notice all the beauty of the world and to be able to create and appreciate creating of others. Thank you again for giving me this chance to be noticed.

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