Interviews | June 20, 2023 |

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Image courtesy of Luana Stebule

Interview: Luana Stebule
Luca Curci
talks with Luana Stebule during VISIONS – CANVAS INTERNATIONAL ART FAIR 2023, during BORDERS ART FAIR 2023 – HYBRID IDENTITIES and during BORDERS ART FAIR 2023 – SECRET SPACES held in Venice at Palazzo Albrizzi-Capello.

Since 2013 Luana Stebule has been living and creating in the United Kingdom. For about 35 years she worked as an artist. She created 11 stage projects for theatrical performances, and 7 murals paintings, together with 24 solo and 62 group exhibitions in Europe: Italy, Spain, Portugal, Switzerland, Lithuania, Hungary, and Poland. Also, England, Canada, and the United States. Luana was born in Lithuania, in 1962. In A. Martinaitis Art School and Academy of Art. She was taught art techniques, styles, and the finer aspects of painting. However, she thinks, that what is the most important in the creation process is spirituality, uniquity and power come from the unified fields of consciousness. Each time her inspirations come in different ways; from outside the world: travels, books, nature, music, and art and from inside; sensibility, intuition, and meditations.

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Image courtesy of Luana Stebule

Luca Curci – What are you currently working on?
Luana Stebule –
I am working on my new collection of oil paintings. Also, on my older collages. I have started about 20 paintings with my “dancing lanes” and I am hoping to finish it until autumn. I love to start new artwork and until I finish it takes a long time, sometimes a few years, or more.

LC – How did you get to your current artistic practice?
LS –
My artistic practice has started since 1989. It was a long way. Also, I have created 12 stage projects for the Lithuanian theatres, 9 mural paintings together with 22 solo and 69 group exhibitions in Europe: Italy, Spain, Portugal, France, Lithuania, Hungary, Check Republic. Also, in England, Japan and the United States.

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Image courtesy of Luana Stebule

LC – What are your hashtags essential to define your poetics that you do not give up?
LS – #
I am observing nature and humans and transferring onto the canvas by signs that I discovered inside me.
#I love to immerse myself into a world of colours and forms that are peaceful vibrations of existence which doesn’t have a beginning and no end… Where everything connects with each other and I cannot see any reason why I must give up.

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Image courtesy of Luana Stebule

LC – Where do you find your inspiration?
LS –
My inspirations come from different sources: from travels, literature music, art, and theatre. Also, from unified fields of consciousness and unconsciousness, from meditations and dreams. Everything is in the clouds it depends on how sensitive you are to catch it. Usually, I am listening to my inner voice.

LC – What is the most challenging part about creating your work?
LS –
The most challenging part is that you never know the directions in which you will finish your artwork, despite that you have a clear idea in your head. It always new discoveries and new understandings coming. It is like a corrida…

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Image courtesy of Luana Stebule

LC – Do you agree with our vision of art and what do you think about theme of the exhibition?
LS –
Yes, I am absolutely agreeing with your vision. And I think your theme is an innovative and has a deep meaning.

LC – In which way the artwork presented in our exhibition is connected which the exhibition’s theme?
LS –
I think, my artwork “Show Must Go On” is directly connected with your theme. It made up a Hydride from reality and my imagination.

LC – What do you think about the organisation of our events?
LS –
I am only the second year participating in your exhibitions and haven’t been to the exhibition’s events, what I saw on the Internet it has impressed me. Congratulations.

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Image courtesy of Luana Stebule

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