“Meeting at Grandmother's Garden”

“Kohtumine vanaema aias”

Opening 7. august 17.00
Exhibition is open 24.08 – 31.09
11-18

  1. th of August 2014 at 17 o'clock the exhibition "Meeting at Grandmother's Garden" will be opened in Villa Artis,
    where the works of three artists from one family are represented.
    All three artists are connected to Pärnu.

Alma Maar is from the county of Pärnu and has taught school children in Pärnu for decades.
Ta on tuntuks saanud nukumeistrina ja tema poolt on näitusel
taasiseseisvunud Eesti peaministrite miniatuursed nukud.

Anne (Maar) Rudanovski õppis – pärast Pärnu IV Keskkooli lõpetamist
– ERKIs skulptor-pedagoogiks. She is the starter of Tartu Paper Museum and the developer of new-cornered mentality.
Eelolevast sügisest töötab Anne Tartu Kõrgema Kunstikooli
skulptuuriosakonna professorina.
In the exhibition it's possible to see her series of work based on paper "Everything could happen on the road".
Anne is the daughter of Alma Maar.

Eliise Maar has graduated the Institue of Arts of the University of Tallinn.
She works with paintings , pottery and jewellery.
The pottery represented at the exhibition is inspired of Eliise's paintings.
Teemaarendusest lähtuvalt on näitusel esindatud töö nimeks
“Sürrealistlikud keraamilised maalid”.
Eliise has participated in many personal exhibitions in Estonia and abroad.
Eliise is the granddaughter of Alma Maar and has spend countless summers in Pärnu as a child.