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Maria Saka-Racila

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Maria Saka-Răcilă (n.February 11, 1941, Drăgănești , rayon of Singerei , Moldova ) is a plastic artist from the Republic of Moldova .

He graduated in 1961 the "Ilia Repin" Republican School of Fine Arts in Chisinau .
Workshops, creative camps, symposiums
she was noted for participating in workshops, creative camps and symposiums: [3]

Creation camp, Dzintari, Latvia - 1971
Symposium "Contemporary tapestry", Dzintari, Latvia - 1974
Symposium „Minitapiserie”, Hungary - 1982
Symposium „Minitapiserie”, Dzintari, Latvia - 1984
Exhibitions
she has participated in several collective exhibitions over time both in the Republic of Moldova between 1962-2001 and in the rest of the world: Russia , Bulgaria , France , Romania , Sweden , USA , Japan , Cyprus . He had his first personal exhibition in July 2016. [4]

Works

Maria Saka-Răcilă in her workshop, 1980s
Romeo and Juliet , 1990, wool, cotton, 220x150;
Mask , 1990, wool, cotton, 220x150;
Doina , 1990, wool, cotton, 220x150;
Vodă , 1990, wool, cotton, 220x150;
Black Bird , 1993, Wool, Cotton;
Cataclysm , 1998, wool, cotton.

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Maria Saka-Racila Artworks
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