Elizabete Slavinska (b.1998) is a visual artist based in Riga, Latvia, currently pursuing a master's degree in Arts at Art Academy of Latvia. Her artistic practice primarily revolves around large-scale paintings created using oil colors. Slavinska's work is characterized by her approach to depicting creatures that depart from the conventional representation of humans. She delves into a realm where imagination and symbolism intertwine, revealing the depths of human experiences and emotions in a more abstract and universal manner.
The artist's use of large-scale canvases amplifies the impact of her imagery, enveloping the viewer in a world where reality and abstraction coexist.
Slavinska's choice of mediums allows for a wide range of textures and effects, enabling her to create layers of meaning within each artwork. The vibrant hues and tonal variations in her palette evoke a sense of emotional intensity, adding another layer to the narrative conveyed through her distorted figures.
London. "Chroma", Group Exhibition. The Holy Art Gallery, London, United Kingdom. 06.10.2023-22.10.2023
Riga. "LEADED VEIL", Solo Exhibition. Provodņiks exhibition space. 24.05.2023- 24.07.2023
Riga. Art Academy of Latvia monthly exhibition “Vilce” (included in “Riga Last Thursdays” gallery evening).
Nordic-Baltic Network of Art and Design Education (Cirrus): Vilnius Academy of Arts, Lithuania. Creative workshop „Material Narratives“ 19–23 September 2022.
(EU4ART mobility): Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma, Italy. Short-term Painting workshop “4th Floor and Procida island” 2021 October 4 -15.
Currently: Art Academy of Latvia, The Academic Master's study program: Faculty of Visual Arts, Painting department.
Art Academy of Latvia,The Academic bachelor's study program: Faculty of Visual Arts, Painting Department. 2018 – 2022